You may have noticed, everyone is a tough guy these days, even irie surf cats! The days of peace-loving, dharma quoting hippies are largely over.
Diogo d’Orey has made a career out of squaring himself under lead curtains to document incredible barrel riding. He gets the water angle which may not capture the sheer breadth of the wave but highlights how deep the surfers are from section to section.
Surfing is a rush, and nothing beats catching a wave. You’re sailing, steering, flying. It’s bliss on another level. There are many types of waves in the ocean, all with their own unique identities. Surf Outfitter give us a brief introduction on the types of waves that, as a surfer, you can catch. It’s useful […]
Here’s a quick reference guide for any of you who are confused and/or curious as to what the hell the dude is talking about when he says, “I thought it was pumping, but after watching a few sets roll in, I downgraded it to piping and eventually settled for nuggable.”
Artificial wave technology has been in the back of Kelly Slater’s mind since he was a wave-starved kid growing up in Florida. Last month, Slater played host to the world’s best surfers at the Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California, home of the world’s most incredible artificial wave – a wave that Slater and his team […]
A proposed ban on alcohol in Indonesia, which could see surfers deserting its dream island of Bali in droves, might have positive knock-on effects for emerging surfing hot-spots elsewhere.
Indonesia is one of the “must visit” destinations for any travelling surfer. Micky Clarke, finally made the trek to the Indian Ocean archipelago, he has deep cutbacks, lofty rotations, a sixth sense for the barrel.
Indonesia’s Supersuck turning on in a big way for Luke Hynd, Andrew Mooney and Riley Laing.
Filipe Toledo’s hot streak is one worth keeping an eye on. Though the Brazilian only climbed two spots with his most recent win at the Hurley Pro, he’s poised for another huge leap up the ladder with one more solid result. And he’s come a very long way since his massive win at the Corona […]
Lombok and Jonathan Gubbins are a perfect pairing. After some of the best waves in years blitzed Desert Point last month, and it still somehow remained the least crowded it’s been in 20 years. Jonathan was there to greet the swell with open arms, and we’re pretty sure we can’t recall an edit where someone […]