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4.13.16

Industry News

Pacific Standard Time Co. Introduces World’s First Waterproof Wooden Watch

NEW CALIFORNIA-BASED PACIFIC STANDARD TIME CO. CREATES WOODEN WATCHES THAT ARE WATER RESISTANT IN UP TO 100 METERS Looking for a different way to do things, Pacific Standard Time Co.—a new start up that prides itself on its Pacific roots—has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its wooden watches that withstands water up to 100 meters

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4.12.16

Videos

Austin Smith-Ford Has Been Busy Up North

Feed your head

One pill makes you larger. And one pill makes you small. And the ones that mother gives you, don’t do anything at all. Go ask Alice, when she’s ten feet tall.

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4.11.16

Videos

West Oz Air Show

Starring Sebastian Zietz, Mikey Wright, Josh Kerr, and more

In-between heats, the men of the World Tour have made practice of Western Oz’s wind, catapulting into the sky and throwing variations around. Catch up with Sebastian Zietz, Mikey Wright, Josh Kerr, and more as they put on a show without a jersey in sight.

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4.11.16

Photos

Static Buildup

Lightning storms and strong offshores for Day Four of the Margaret River Pro

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4.10.16

Photos

A Proper Send-Off

Winds pick up as West Oz says farewell to one of its own

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4.9.16

Photos

Shuffling The Order

Taj's retirement is just the beginning of Day Two at the Margaret River Pro

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4.8.16

Photos

Hello, Miss Margaret

Opening images from the Drug Aware Pro

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4.7.16

Videos

Surveying The Galapagos

Dillon Perillo, Brett Barley, and Mike Gleason dive into a foreign land

Dillon Perillo, Brett Barley, and Mike Gleason followed in the footsteps of Charles Darwin to the far-off destination of San Cristóbal in the Galapagos. The island, with a population under 6000, is home to the oldest permanent settlement of the archipelago and where Darwin first went ashore in 1835. While visiting, the boys explored uncharted

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4.7.16

Videos

Kai Lenny’s El Niño

In one minute. Go.

Kai Lenny was a mainstay at every big-wave hitter this winter, headlining some of the most technical rides of the season, shown here in 62 seconds. Seriously, the kid could airdrop on a windshield wiper and make it look easy.

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4.7.16

Videos

Two Days at Soup Bowl

With Josh Burke

In-between events as he chases the ‘QS, young ripper Josh Burke made his way to Barbados to shred Soup Bowl for a couple of days, and it was “mmm mmm good.”

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