Journey to a Norwegian surf paradise with Pat Millin
Almost 50 years ago, a Norwegian surfer named Thor shaped his first surfboard to ride the frigid waves of Unstad Bay. It didn’t go very well. But since, with the advance of travel and neoprene, Norwegian surfers have built an unlikely surf paradise in those Lofoten Islands. Pat Millin has become a frequent visitor, braving
North County brands unite to present a unique Junior Pro event in Oceanside
August 15, 2014 (Oceanside, CA) – For the first time ever, a unique event in Junior Pro surfing is coming to Oceanside presented by Chemistry, Brixton, Nixon, Raen, and Surf Ride. The “Summer Youth Clash,” will be held September 3rd and 4th at the North Jetty in Oceanside Harbor and the brands are getting behind
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.