The stylemaster tests boards at the world's best pointbreak
Two things we can never get enough of: Tom Curren and J-Bay. Throw them together, even better. While in South Africa for the Heritage Series event of the J-Bay Open, Tom got busy testing surfboards at the world’s best pointbreak. In this 4-minute video by Eugenio Sarmento, you’ll see the 50-year-old stylemaster ride a variety
Touring Western Australia's rugged coast with Yadin Nicol
From the flawless barrels of North Point to the harrowing slab at The Box, Western Australia offers some of the best and most daunting waves in the world. After moving to California five years ago, West Oz native Yadin Nicol takes us on a journey back to his rugged home breaks.
“We’ve already shown that when we work together, we can protect our oceans for future generations. So let’s redouble our efforts. Let’s make sure that years from now we can look our children in the eye and tell them that, yes, we did our part, we took action, and we led the way toward a
Watch the booze-drenched trailer
You think you know the story of Eddie Aikau? Well, OK, maybe you do. But have you heard it told by a ridiculously drunk dude from Comedy Central’s Drunk History? They dropped their Hawaii episode earlier this week—watch it online if you have cable—and, being good drunk historians, they tackled the complicated story of Eddie
Should this even be considered a wave?
Ahh, Shipstern’s Bluff, the menacing right that nightmares are made of. Or, if you are one of these big-wave lunatics, the stuff of your dreams. At just under four minutes, filmer Nick Smith gives all the best (and worst) waves from a day of 12-15 foot monsters breaking right in front of the iconic cliff