The Malibu Invitational blends generations of surfers to save and enrich lives
July 1st, 2014 (Malibu, CA) – Some of the best surfers from around the world competed this weekend at Historical 1st Point, Surfrider Beach Malibu in a shortboard invitational event on June 27th, 28th, & 29th, 2014 to benefit THERAsurf. THERAsurf is an organization that focuses on taking kids with special needs surfing as a
The Los Angeles native heads south to the warm-water wedges of Mexico
Thing 2 is the second installment of Dane Zaun’s latest series of webclips. While Thing 1 was filmed around Dane’s home in Los Angeles, this was filmed along the desolate Mexican coastline in extremely rippable conditions. With plenty of warm-water wedges to spare, Dane demonstrates the full extent of his frontside air game, as well
It can be beautiful, hideous, playful, terrifying, or all the above. Either way, it makes for an epic photo.
The Hawaiian claims a big win on the Big Wave World Tour
(PRESS RELEASE) PICO ALTO, Peru — Thursday, July 3, 2014 — Hawaiian Makua Rothman claimed victory today at the Billabong Pico Alto event in Peru, battling 40-foot seas and a field of the world’s best watermen to take out the first event of the 2014/2015 ASP BWWT season.Rothman’s “go-for-broke” approach in the Final saw the
The ocean's mood swings are practically in the palm of your hand
While you can’t control the tides, with any luck, this watch will ensure that you make the most of them.
Introducing the Spy + Ryan Burch design
Ryan Burch is a rare species—a young pro surfer that not only shapes his own equipment, but questions and pushes design to new, truly unique places. Often seen anywhere from Cardiff to Bali riding anything from homemade 9’6″ logs to a 4′ block of foam, take in the intricacies surrounding Burch’s love of board design