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10.17.11

Blogs

Bryce Lowe-White | Soup Bowl

“This spot in the Caribbean is backlit in the morning so I woke up before the blinding sunrise to shoot a few lineups from the rooftop of our hotel,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “For two days it was windy and the ocean was a wreck. As the wind died down the swell also dropped but it […]

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10.14.11

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Morgan Maassen | Adler Portrait

“This is a special photo in itself, as Travers Adler is seen being almost slightly serious,” says Morgan Maassen. “He’s always wearing the most massive grin, never without his guitar and trying to offer you food or some weird board he has reshaped—a true legend.” Photo: Maassen

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10.12.11

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Todd Glaser | Medina North Shore

“Going through some photos I found this one of Gabriel Medina from Hawaii in 2010,” says Todd Glaser. “It was one of the smaller days on the North Shore, but he surfed this left for hours. It kind of sums up a small day on the North Shore: light winds, filmers, and girls on the […]

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10.11.11

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Chris Burkard | Campfire

“Music by the fire is a common occurrence while in Baja, but listening to G. Love and Keith Malloy play into the night is a once in a lifetime experience,” says Chris Burkard. Photo: Burkard

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10.10.11

Blogs

Zak Noyle | Gas Station

“We somehow thought it was a great idea to drive from LA, 30 hours south of the border in Mexico with a ton of board bags and a jet ski,” says Zak Noyle. “I went with Jamie O’Brien and his two filmers. It was a long road trip but we ended up getting good waves […]

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10.5.11

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Jason Childs | Wet Season

“Bali’s wet season was always underrated. Unfortunately, that has all changed recently and the surf is as busy now as the more famous dry season surf,” says Jason Childs. “But if you really hunt for them, you can still find moments of uncrowded gold.” Photo: Jason Childs

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10.4.11

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Chris Burkard | Surf Mat

“Punker Pat doing what all of us would do when faced with perfect waves in Mexico…start riding a surf mat,” says Chris Burkard. Photo: Burkard

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10.1.11

Blogs

Morgan Maassen | Noseeums

“As if the sweltering heat and scorching black sand beaches of Nicaragua were not enough,” says Morgan Maassen. “Nate Tyler found the breeding grounds of his mortal enemy: Noseeum’s. they loved his soft skin and flocked by the thousand, leaving him scratching maniacally all the way back to LAX.” Photo: Maassen

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9.30.11

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Todd Glaser | Tyler Warren and Friends

“While I was in San Francisco working on the Tyler Warren profile,” says Todd Glaser,” the wind came up, the tide went low, and Danny Hess opened up his warehouse and brought out all these rad bodysurfing hand-planes and bodyboards. On the way out, I saw this garage and had to get a group shot […]

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9.29.11

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Bryce Lowe-White | Morning Strut

“With coffee in hand, two bystanders pause during their morning strut down the beach to watch a clean set peel along a low tide sandbar in Los Angeles,” says Bryce Lowe-White. Photo: Lowe-White

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