Jun gets kegged in Japan on his latest 303 model board
From the looks of the massive tubes he scored, the boards works wonders.
Art of Craft Launches its Second Collection Celebrating the Craft of Photography with Tim Hogan to Benefit the Surfrider Foundation
NOVEMBER 20, 2013 (Santa Barbara, CA) – Today, Art of Craft unveils its second limited-run collaboration with celebrated artist, Tim Hogan and his groundbreaking visual exploration of the surfboard fin in theFINproject. Hogan, a Los Angeles-based professional photographer made waves in 2012 when he combined his experience behind the lens with his passion for surfing […]
A mission to the edge of the Angolan desert to surf a left-hand pointbreak with untold potential
In October of 2012, Kepa Acero ventured to Angola alone in search of waves. On the trip, Acero discovered a perfect African sandbar with untold potential, but didn’t score a big swell. A year later, Acero and Dane Gudauskas returned to the desolate coastline as a massive swell pulsed through the Atlantic. Under Desert Sun, […]
SPY® was Happy to Help raise funds over the past week for the victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan.
CARLSBAD, Calif.—SPY® was Happy to Help raise funds over the past week for the victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines by donating $30 from every sunglass sale on www.spyoptic.com to Waves For Water. The funds will support their efforts to provide access to clean water for the victims and families of those affected […]
For the first time ever, SURFER put the Worst Wipeout Award in your hands.
For the first time ever, SURFER is putting the Worst Wipeout Award in your hands. Voting is now closed but watch the live webcast on December 6, 2013 at 7PM HST at SurferPoll.com.