Ever thought about the environmental effects of your custom surfboard? Watch Volcom report with Shaper Studios and a more sustainable way to create.
Alex Gray’s surfboards went through from Honolulu to Los Angeles Friday night is mind boggling. For the professional surfer, it’s unfortunate, but the average travelling surfer can’t help but shudder at the possibility of arriving at a destination, opening your bag to reveal four out of five of your surfboards are unrideable, and one is […]
Meet Larry Fuller. Larry is a wood surfboard craftsman from California whose amazing works of art have been catching fire for their unique quality they bring to board manufacturing. His surfboards are both beautiful and functional, although most of them are displayed as art. Larry shapes surfboards from 3,000-year-old reclaimed redwood trees, and a number of them have been appraised over $100,000.
Watch a scientist explained what’s happening to the water depending on the shape of the rail, what those tiny changes in rocker actually do, and how, exactly, drag and lift affect a surfboard’s performance.
Travelling with your surfboard is getting harder year on year but as long as you do your homework it should be trouble free. Support the airlines that support surfers then everyone should be happy. Welcome to the 2017 Airline Surfboard Boardbag Fee Guide For Surfers. Every overseas surf trip usually starts and ends with gripes […]
Surfboards, a bit like cars, lose value as soon as they leave the showroom. What that means is that in when you buy a used surfboard you can pick up a real bargain, just by it having been waxed up and having a couple of footmarks in the deck.
Surfing is one of those sports with a steep learning curve. That’s especially true for those of us who adopted it at a later stage in life.
The Russian man was reportedly caught stealing the board from Rip Curl store in Kuta Square around 7 pm
Apparently, the man with the blade is a member of the Shenzhen Nanaoxichong Cooperative, the company that does security on the beach. He is destroying the man’s surfboard because of an alleged collision with a swimmer, which resulted in minor injuries.
“The Rocket9 is suited to your average waves like we find around California. It works great in beach breaks because it can be skatey when you want to generate that speed, but then you step back on that tail and you can absolutely hammer some vert wall. I also think that with the shorter nature of it, it fits really well in the tighter transitions of beach breaks. I have ridden it on big open walls of some point breaks in Morocco and it went well too, kind of like a little scalpel or snowboard, but I think the optimal range for this board would be 2 to 6 foot beach breaks.