Have you seen these surfboards?
A photo posted by Kelly Slater (@kellyslater) on Aug 6, 2016 at 5:36am PDT He saves kids, he builds dreams, and now he’s looking to return a batch of surfboards to their rightful owners. The ultimate good samaritan, Kelly Slater, can do no wrong. So, if you’ve seen these surfboards or know of anybody who
Narrated by Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth
ESPN announced yesterday that Mick Fanning will be the subject of this Friday’s ESPN E:60, “a prime-time newsmagazine program, [featuring] profiles, investigations and cutting-edge stories focused on sports.” It should be no surprise that Mick’s public profile has risen since his triumphant return to Jeffreys earlier this month, though the doc appears to have been
"Foils are dangerous...Very dangerous"
The hydrofoil craze (can you even call it that?) has been causing a buzz after Maui’s master of surfcraft, Kai Lenny, released a video showing off his superhuman ability on the strange contraption. I took jabs at the moped of surfing, and boy, did I cop some heat. Upon seeing an image of an accident
And he needs your help
Koa Smith, the Kauian who pulls into some of the biggest and longest pits the world has to offer, is currently running across the grand ol’ U.S. of A. with his fashion-model brother Travis on a reality TV show called The Runner that’s the entertainment lovechild of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. The premise is as
11-year-old surf prodigy makes an Insta-mockumentary
A couple months ago, I beseeched you all to follow 11-year old surf/skate prodigy Sabre Norris on Instagram, because, well, you should. She can throw air revs, shuvits, laybacks, and does so with more style than people twice or thrice her age (don’t believe me? watch this). She’s also hilarious as hell–you can easily spend
Could arrive as early as mid-2020s
The first public proposal to build one of Kelly Slater’s über waves in a major city was unveiled yesterday, along with five other proposals for the redevelopment of San Diego’s Seaport Village, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. The reimagined look of the 36-year-old tourist trap covers over 70 acres of bayfront property, and at
A cold-water rush in 360-degrees
Remember when the WSL gave you the ability to tuck beneath a Teahupoo barrel from the plush of your chair and spin every which way, with CJ Hobgood as your VR guide? Looks like more companies are following suit. A new edit from Wild Atlantic Way gives you a similar trip beneath the Cliffs of
Press play and feel horrible about your barrel-riding ability
Want to feel real bad about that last barrel you got? Watch this. Jamie O’Brien has mastered many things in life: getting paid to fuck off courtesy of Red Bull and Who Is JOB; catching every good, mean, and ugly wave at Pipeline, then getting spit out into the channel, and making you feel worse
Surfer speaks about his detainment for surfing
Last week we reported on police arresting a small group of surfers for groveling wind slop too close to pier construction in Bradenton, Florida, a sleepy little beach town on the Gulf of Mexico. The comments section was buried with sandy Libertarian sentiments: “The cops should not be messing with people that want to surf.
"Hey bro, can I check my Instagram?"
We’ve officially seen it all: A perfect wave, hundreds of miles from an ocean. A stationary wave, in the middle of an airport. A virtual wave, in the middle of your bedroom. And now, a hashtag-sensitive surfboard, courtesy of Gabriel Medina’s sponsor, Samsung. Yes, you read that correctly. The electronics company and John Cabianca, Gabby’s