Simon Anderson’s Tri-Fin Holds Steady After 30 Years
Simon Anderson’s tri-fin holds steady after 30 years.
Thousands Gather in Cape Town to See the Ski-Assisted Night Session
Thousands gather in Cape Town to see the ski-assisted night session.
Quiksilver's Prized Pony Wanders into Nike's Pasture
Quiksilver's prized pony wanders into Nike's pasture.
Chippa Wilson Shows us Exactly Where Surfing is Right Now
Chippa Wilson shows us exactly where surfing is right now.
Many of the Top 34 call one of the Mainland coasts home, but unless their last name is Gudauskas, they haven’t surfed their home break on Tour. Until now...
Taylor Steele is all about reinventing genres. Our modern culture of instant gratification drives us to YouTube for our surf clips more often then the video rack at our local shop. But you cannot deny the effect that the Internet has had on surf videos in a time where “exclusive footage” is just a fleeting […]
Dane Reynolds’ career as a WCT mainstay sparked controversy recently when his commitment to the tour was called into question. The topic led Reynolds to point a finger (namely the middle one) at Australia’s Stab Magazine. “Stab=sensationalistic scummy journalism” is scrawled in sharpie on the first page of Dane’s blog, MarineLayerProductions.com, along with an explanation […]
Big-wave pioneer, industry leader, and surfing legend Phillip “Flippy” Hoffman passed away on November 10 at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, CA. He was suffering from complications with unspecified pulmonary issues. As one of the first Mainland surfers to move to Hawaii’s North Shore to tackle massive winter swells with surfboard designer Bob Simmons, Flippy […]
The tenth annual Cosmic Creek Surf Festival brought more funky vintage surfing to the beach than you could shake a mustache at. The event took place on October 30th and 31st at Salt Creek, which was overrun with retro fish and single fins for the fall’s most far out surfing competition. Below are the cosmic […]