A shark bit a 10-year-old boy off a scenic Oahu beach, officials confirmed Thursday as the state prepared for another round of giant waves from a low-pressure weather system in the Pacific.
During the Billabong Pipe Masters last year, Billabong Women’s team invaded the North Shore for a week. The girls surfed all day, hung out with Teen Vogue, watched the Billabong Pipe Masters, did some hiking, ate lots of yummy local food and had an amazing time together. Because when the working day is done, girl’s just want to have fun.
Tickle your free-surf fantasies with the fun of surfing in boardshorts as our team blazes the North Shore, Hawaii. Fins-free, airtime and fun pits with Owen, Wilko, Gabe and Mason. This will make you want to go surfing.
Filmed on location in Hawaii & Australia. “Being A Surfer Is Fun” features surfboard shaper, Jon Pyzel and surfer John John Florence preparing for another year in the WSL.
Who else would hold a spontaneous contest at the treacherous Keiki’s Shore Break in XXL size surf but Jamie O’Brien? The first annual Catch Surf Catch Cracks Keiki Pro Contest features some of the best big wave chargers on the North Shore. Then Poopies leads the charge and the guys head to the West side for a new sport they’ve invented called “Big Wave Hedge Surfing”.
“Go Procho” is brought to you by Burger In Paradise and documents two sessions of Mason’s first-ever experience with a GoPro and something tells us now that Mr Ho has signed with Rip Curl, we might be seeing a fair bit more of him.
Rip Curl is ecstatic to announce our new partnership with Hawaiian superstar Mason Ho. Hailing from Sunset Beach on Oahu’s famed North Shore, Mason brings it all to the Rip Curl program: progression, versatility, personality, legacy, and aloha.
When you think of Hawaii, you think of brute and brawn and all the intense things that make it surfing’s only true proving ground. You think of the North Shore. It’s the land of the wolves, really, and the competitive atmosphere can evoke a feeling of every man and woman fending for themselves.
Perhaps this clip, called Last Night’s Leftovers, will further that awareness. Shot in Sri Lanka, Indo, New Zealand, Hawaii and the Gold Coast, Master Hynd’s surfing is proper fire, here. The barrels towards the biz end of the clip are rather amazing.
The North Shore never gets old. Especially when you’re between 11-18 years of age. The Rip Curl USA grom team embarked back to the 7-mile miracle in search of spitting barrels, perfect ramps, and memories that last a lifetime. The boys and girls got all that they asked for as the waves produced and the laughs were endless. With the help of North Shore pro’s Kekoa Bacalso & Mikey Bruneau the team was always in the right spot to score the wave of the day. As the trip came to a close, shaka’s were thrown, mahalo’s were expressed, and the aloha vibes showed exactly why #SurfingIsEverything.