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  • The Best Things That Happened This Week

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    Brendan Buckley
    25 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Kela Kennelly. Photo: Brent Bielmann This week, in: News It was a huge news week. Huuuuuge news week. Like, the kind of week that warrants attention from the mainstream. (Are they still looking? Act cool…) Mick Fanning nearly got maimed by a shark at Jeff’s Bay and then Teahupo’o happened — Keala Kennelly shoved the bounds of women’s surfing, Niccolo Porcella had one of the worst wipeouts we’ve ever seen, Jamie O’Brien lit himself on fire, etc. Nobody died, so that’s pretty neat. This week, in: Web clips Dane Reynolds. Clay Marzo. You’re…
  • The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is literally blazing trails

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    Amanda Reid
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Doss Barnes descends Mills Peak Trail near Graeagle, California. Photo: BIKE Magazine Greg Williams almost lost everything before creating something that would save so much: The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. What grew out of his Yuba Expeditions bike shop and Downieville Classic race, fostered his 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and building the very trails he (and hundreds of others) enjoy. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a trailblazing (literally!) organization that employs more than two dozen people in areas of high unemployment. According to BIKE…
  • Stab in the Dark | Lost Surf Boards In the Shaping Room with Matt Biolos Making Lost # 23 for Julian Wilson

    Swell Blog: In the Shaping Room with Matt Biolos Making Lost # 23 for Julian Wilson
    Spangler
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Welcome to the short, fast and loud life of board #31, shaped by Matt ‘Mayhem’ Biolos. Matt’s been shaping for 28 years (he’s currently 45 years old) and is widely regarded as the best shaper for Southern California waves. But, he reaches far beyond the CA and #31 was one of thousands he made last year: “I used the foam, stringer and glass job that I use on all of Kolohe’s boards. It wasn’t a Huntington Beach go-go-go board. It was a board you could surf in powerful waves and push hard against it. It wasn’t a previously designed board, I put a bit of flare in it. SHOP LOST…
  • Bruce Irons: The Elements Of Style

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    27 Jul 2015 | 1:46 pm
    Decoding the surfing genome with Bruce Irons Bruce irons. Photo: Jimmicane When Bruce Irons and Saxon Boucher first crossed paths, Bruce was a 10-year-old mini grom staying in Encinitas with older brother Andy for NSSA Nationals. According to Bruce, Saxon was “a gnarly-guy pro surfer from La Jolla, and he had a six-pack too.” As Saxon remembers it, “I was older than Bruce and Andy, but I already looked up to them as far as the way they surfed. Bruce was just a little punk, but he had style so far beyond his years.” Bruce, of course, went on to become a style messiah for an entire…
 
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  • The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is literally blazing trails

    Amanda Reid
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Doss Barnes descends Mills Peak Trail near Graeagle, California. Photo: BIKE Magazine Greg Williams almost lost everything before creating something that would save so much: The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. What grew out of his Yuba Expeditions bike shop and Downieville Classic race, fostered his 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and building the very trails he (and hundreds of others) enjoy. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a trailblazing (literally!) organization that employs more than two dozen people in areas of high unemployment. According to BIKE…
  • Divers encounter mysterious blob off Turkey

    David Strege
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Mysterious blob, a 13-foot translucent sphere, baffled divers off Turkey. Photo: screen grab Lutfu Tanriover was diving off his hometown of Fethiye on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey when he and fellow divers encountered a mysterious blob drifting 72 feet below the surface. The divers didn’t know what to think of the 13-foot wide translucent sphere that was soft and gelatinous looking. Tanriover, who shot video of what he called “The Thing,” told Deep Sea News that they felt a mixture of excitement and fear as they approached the unknown sea creature. After the video was posted, Dr.
  • What I learned from a day in a belt by Mission Belt Co.

    Robert Pursell
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    The Mission Belt Co. black leather belt was the most comfortable belt I’ve ever worn. Photo: Mission BeltWhen I received a black leather belt from Mission Belt Co., I wasn’t really sure what to do with it. For me, as I’m sure it is for others, a belt has always been a belt; a simple device to keep my pants up — nothing more, nothing less. As weird as it sounds, to this point in my life, it had never occurred to me that I could actually “like” a belt for any reason other than its appearance. Now, after wearing this belt for a day, I can say my opinions have…
  • Canada’s newly protected wilderness area makes for great kayaking

    Lynn Lieu
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Canada is home to some of the best wilderness sea kayaking. Photo: CANOE & KAYAK Canada is home to some of the best wilderness sea kayaking destinations, and it just got better. Late last month, the Canadian government officially created the 3,861-square-mile Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. According to CANOE & KAYAK, the world’s largest freshwater preserve encompasses over 600 islands. This includes the popular 75-mile route from Sibley to Rossport and the Slate Islands, a paddling destination. CANOE & KAYAK caught up with Darrell Makin, a Thunder Bay-based…
  • KLM jetliner’s dramatic landing in stormy crosswind caught on video

    Pete Thomas
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:56 pm
    KLM Asia jet dips sharply to right just before landing. Sometimes we don’t give pilots enough credit for bringing us down safely when the going gets rough. The accompanying footage, uploaded to YouTube on Saturday by Michael Splinter, shows a KLM Asia/Boeing 777 being blown from side to side and wing-dipping sharply during its approach in a stormy crosswind at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. One can only imagine how terrifying these moments were for passengers as the turbulence, generated by 60- to 70-mph winds, did not abate even as the plane was just a few dozen feet off the ground.
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    Swell Blog: In the Shaping Room with Matt Biolos Making Lost # 23 for Julian Wilson

  • Stab in the Dark | Lost Surf Boards In the Shaping Room with Matt Biolos Making Lost # 23 for Julian Wilson

    Spangler
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Welcome to the short, fast and loud life of board #31, shaped by Matt ‘Mayhem’ Biolos. Matt’s been shaping for 28 years (he’s currently 45 years old) and is widely regarded as the best shaper for Southern California waves. But, he reaches far beyond the CA and #31 was one of thousands he made last year: “I used the foam, stringer and glass job that I use on all of Kolohe’s boards. It wasn’t a Huntington Beach go-go-go board. It was a board you could surf in powerful waves and push hard against it. It wasn’t a previously designed board, I put a bit of flare in it. SHOP LOST…
  • Follow the Light Finalists | Quinn Matthews The Path and Passions of Local Lensman and Follow the Light Finalist

    Spangler
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Local  up and coming Orange County surf photographer Quinn Matthew just joined the ranks of the Follow the Light Foundation Finalists . FTLF helped launch the carers of past winners like Chris Burkard, Corey Wilson, Todd Glaser and dozens of Staff Photographer in the industry  The most prestigious award in surf photography is announced on Tuesday 2/28 at 7pm at the Shorebreak hotel.  Come witness history amongst the biggest names in surf as the 5 finalists present their slideshows of awe-inspiring surfscapes. We caught up with Quinn to discover what drove the guy to put down his board and…
  • 3rd ANNUAL SWELL x CATCHSURF PARTYWAVE PATRIOTS

    Spangler
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:53 pm
    SWELL’s best surf brands convened on another party wave bender at our local neck-breaking shorey in honor of the new American themed beach gear cranking on SWELL. Special thanks to Kalani Robb and the Catchsurf crew, Globe, Roark, O’neill and Volcom. Film: Lugo SHOP THE RAD WHITE AND BLUE COLLECTION
  • Behind the Scenes: Maud Le Car x Elle Green Volcom Womens Surf Ambassador in Australia

    Spangler
    4 Jun 2015 | 3:34 pm
    What happens when two Volcom ambassadors get together? One a European professional surfer, the other an Australian photographer. Go behind the scenes of Maud Le Car x Elle Green’s swimwear lifestyle photo shoot for SurfGirl Magazine. Shop New Volcom Womens at SWELL
 
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  • Bruce Irons: The Elements Of Style

    SURFING Magazine
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:46 pm
    Decoding the surfing genome with Bruce Irons Bruce irons. Photo: Jimmicane When Bruce Irons and Saxon Boucher first crossed paths, Bruce was a 10-year-old mini grom staying in Encinitas with older brother Andy for NSSA Nationals. According to Bruce, Saxon was “a gnarly-guy pro surfer from La Jolla, and he had a six-pack too.” As Saxon remembers it, “I was older than Bruce and Andy, but I already looked up to them as far as the way they surfed. Bruce was just a little punk, but he had style so far beyond his years.” Bruce, of course, went on to become a style messiah for an entire…
  • Five 2015 Vans US Open Predictions

    Brendan Buckley
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Filipe Toledo, last year’s champ. Photo: Antoine Justes It’s here. In all of its glory. And in all of its white sunglasses, in all of its day-glow body paint, in all of its hey let’s riot, oh shit we don’t really even know how teenage angst, in all of its blurry visions of late night hamburgers on Main Street, Huntington Beach and in all of its air reverses. Yeah, the 2015 Vans US Open of Surfing is here. And it’s not going away anytime soon. The event is a mission, not a marathon. It started on Saturday and doesn’t finish until next Sunday. The men’s…
  • Sebastian Zietz On The Move

    SURFING Magazine
    27 Jul 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Sebastian Zietz falls into the pool of ‘Ct surfers whom we don’t get to see enough of outside the jersey (which isn’t very deep). Thankfully, Seabass gifted us with this pleasant jam – a combination of flare and fire from Southern California to Tahiti. Highlights include a fierce forehand blast at Lowers at 0:21 and some clean Teahupoo threads at 2:48. The post Sebastian Zietz On The Move appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
  • Madness In The South Pacific

    SURFING Magazine
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:59 am
    Last week, Tahiti saw one of the better swells we’ve witnessed in recent history. Not quite code red, but Teahupoo was plenty meaty to give you those sweaty-palm feelings at the mere attempt of a mindsurf. Here, we have a video wrap-up of all the madness as documented by Timothee Pruvost. It’s mesmerizing to the utmost degree, and as the week trickles on, we guarantee you’ll be seeing much more mayhem from this swell of the year (we promise). The post Madness In The South Pacific appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
  • The Best Things That Happened This Week

    Brendan Buckley
    25 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Kela Kennelly. Photo: Brent Bielmann This week, in: News It was a huge news week. Huuuuuge news week. Like, the kind of week that warrants attention from the mainstream. (Are they still looking? Act cool…) Mick Fanning nearly got maimed by a shark at Jeff’s Bay and then Teahupo’o happened — Keala Kennelly shoved the bounds of women’s surfing, Niccolo Porcella had one of the worst wipeouts we’ve ever seen, Jamie O’Brien lit himself on fire, etc. Nobody died, so that’s pretty neat. This week, in: Web clips Dane Reynolds. Clay Marzo. You’re…
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  • The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is literally blazing trails

    Amanda Reid
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Doss Barnes descends Mills Peak Trail near Graeagle, California. Photo: BIKE Magazine Greg Williams almost lost everything before creating something that would save so much: The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. What grew out of his Yuba Expeditions bike shop and Downieville Classic race, fostered his 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and building the very trails he (and hundreds of others) enjoy. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a trailblazing (literally!) organization that employs more than two dozen people in areas of high unemployment. According to BIKE…
  • Divers encounter mysterious blob off Turkey

    David Strege
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Mysterious blob, a 13-foot translucent sphere, baffled divers off Turkey. Photo: screen grab Lutfu Tanriover was diving off his hometown of Fethiye on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey when he and fellow divers encountered a mysterious blob drifting 72 feet below the surface. The divers didn’t know what to think of the 13-foot wide translucent sphere that was soft and gelatinous looking. Tanriover, who shot video of what he called “The Thing,” told Deep Sea News that they felt a mixture of excitement and fear as they approached the unknown sea creature. After the video was posted, Dr.
  • What I learned from a day in a belt by Mission Belt Co.

    Robert Pursell
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    The Mission Belt Co. black leather belt was the most comfortable belt I’ve ever worn. Photo: Mission BeltWhen I received a black leather belt from Mission Belt Co., I wasn’t really sure what to do with it. For me, as I’m sure it is for others, a belt has always been a belt; a simple device to keep my pants up — nothing more, nothing less. As weird as it sounds, to this point in my life, it had never occurred to me that I could actually “like” a belt for any reason other than its appearance. Now, after wearing this belt for a day, I can say my opinions have…
  • Canada’s newly protected wilderness area makes for great kayaking

    Lynn Lieu
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Canada is home to some of the best wilderness sea kayaking. Photo: CANOE & KAYAK Canada is home to some of the best wilderness sea kayaking destinations, and it just got better. Late last month, the Canadian government officially created the 3,861-square-mile Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. According to CANOE & KAYAK, the world’s largest freshwater preserve encompasses over 600 islands. This includes the popular 75-mile route from Sibley to Rossport and the Slate Islands, a paddling destination. CANOE & KAYAK caught up with Darrell Makin, a Thunder Bay-based…
  • KLM jetliner’s dramatic landing in stormy crosswind caught on video

    Pete Thomas
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:56 pm
    KLM Asia jet dips sharply to right just before landing. Sometimes we don’t give pilots enough credit for bringing us down safely when the going gets rough. The accompanying footage, uploaded to YouTube on Saturday by Michael Splinter, shows a KLM Asia/Boeing 777 being blown from side to side and wing-dipping sharply during its approach in a stormy crosswind at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. One can only imagine how terrifying these moments were for passengers as the turbulence, generated by 60- to 70-mph winds, did not abate even as the plane was just a few dozen feet off the ground.
 
 
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  • [Session] Opening Shorebreak

    26 Jul 2015 | 6:29 am
    mid tide, coef 39. The sandbank seemed to appear again. A fun shorebreak was cranking. I've got several waves : short and punchy (2 rollers at best) I was very happy to surf this. [...]Location Gironde (France)
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    26 Jul 2015 | 1:13 am
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    25 Jul 2015 | 11:57 pm
    2 belles vagues et 1 accident Location Basque Country (France)
  • [Session] Haaaa

    25 Jul 2015 | 12:55 pm
    It was just before my departure for my holidays (at 10h...) I managed to surf early to catch the rising swell. I found Ragondin and 1.20 m waves. Not perfect but really fun to surf with a lot of [...]Location Gironde (France)
  • [Session] Funny shorebreak

    25 Jul 2015 | 12:51 pm
    I didn't expected anything. just want to surf with my kids. But the small shore break was fun : it was short (2 turns) but hollow and fast. A good training ! I 've done one aerial and ton [...]Location Gironde (France)
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  • 360° Ocean View Land with Resort Amenities, Fiji – AU$ 225.000

    LiveTheLife
    23 Jul 2015 | 1:09 am
    This is your chance to own a piece of private land in tropical Fiji on a ridge with 360° ocean views and close to the Musket Cove Resort & Marina, where you have access to all the resort services. There is a road at the back of the land and water and power is supplied […] Related posts: Titled Beachfront Land with surf view, Santa Catalina, Panama – $ 350.000 Large Ocean View Land with plans, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica – $ 160.000 Ocean View Land in Estate, Manzanillo Bay, Nicaragua – $ 169.000
  • Guesthouse Hotel Business for sale, Malpais, Costa Rica – $ 695,000

    LiveTheLife
    14 Jul 2015 | 11:35 pm
      Reduced in price to sell ! This is one of the few hotels for sale in the area of Malpais, Costa Rica, on titled land ! The property is in total 2144 m2 ( 0.53 acres ) with 400 m2 built. This turn-key business is well maintained and income producing and consists of the […] Related posts: Ocean View Boutique Hotel, Ojochal, Dominical, Costa Rica – $ 729.000 Best Hotel Business in Bahia Ballena, Uvita, Costa Rica – $ 655.000 Tropical Hotel Business, Ojochal, Dominical, Costa Rica – $ 980.000
  • Mozambique Tofo Beach Front Business – $ 1,000,000

    LiveTheLife
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:15 am
    This property consists of 3 Rental Villas situated in the idyllic Tofino, a picture perfect village on the temperate Indian Ocean with world-class surf. An excellent business opportunity with lots of growing potential ! This land is a beachfront leasehold of 2400 m2 with 3 luxury houses built and the potential of 2 more with […] Related posts: Cabina Rental Business, Santa Teresa – $ 800,000 Beachfront Lodge Business Investment – $ 990,000 Property with business potential, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica – $ 650.000
  • African Perfection – B&B Jeffreys Bay, South Africa

    LiveTheLife
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:12 am
    LOCATION: African Perfection **** Guesthouse is located on the beach, right in front of the world class waves of Supertubes in Wavecrest, Jeffreys Bay South-Africa. The most recent guesthouse in the street and very popular with surfers and couples. They also have some family rooms. Enjoy the amazing sunrise-views from your balcony. RATE: From R […] Related posts: African Perfection Beach Front Selfcatering House Hillsview Self Catering Room or House, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa ‘My Place JBay’ Accommodation, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa
  • Just Surf Villa & Lodge Rental & Package, Himmafushi, North Male Atoll, Maldives

    LiveTheLife
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:04 pm
      The ‘Just Surf’ Villa on the Himmafushi island in Maldives is the perfect rental place to enjoy the best North Male Atoll surf with your friends. The villa is fully equipped and situated on only a short walk and paddle from Jailbreaks, with other worldclass spots nearby. All rates are on a half board basis ! […] Related posts: Sheraton Full Moon Resort & Spa, North Male Atoll, Maldives Dream Inn 3-star Budget Hotel, Thulusdhoo, North Male Atoll, Maldives Reveries Boutique Dive & Surf Hotel, Gan, Laamu Atoll, Maldives
 
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  • Mick - 1, Shark - 0 - How to Survive a Shark Attack at J-Bay

    Colony ThirteenStars
    20 Jul 2015 | 2:55 pm
    HEAVY.  Nice to see Julian paddling toward him to help.  Nice to see the rescue teams working VERY well.  Nice to see the World Surf League handling it well.  And best of all, nice to see no one was hurt, and the camaraderie involved in the experience. 
  • Drone Footage from Costa Rica

    Colony ThirteenStars
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:46 am
    Backstage Drone Surfing with Oakley in Costa Rica from Barrett Veldsman on Vimeo.I wish Oakley stil sponsored Adam Melling.  I like his style.  Hopefully, someone picks him up soon.  He deserves it.  Waves look fun here.  I don't care for the space age alien helicopter, but it delivers some cool angles on the surfers.
  • Cloudbreak #5 WSL 2015 - A Serious Display of Barrel Riding

    Colony ThirteenStars
    15 Jun 2015 | 11:24 am
  • Tasmania is for me!

    Colony ThirteenStars
    15 Apr 2015 | 2:32 pm
    I saw this and I am ready to move.  Nothing gets me going like right hand point break.My legs would be so fit!
  • Conner Coffin at the Queen of the Coast

    Colony ThirteenStars
    9 Apr 2015 | 2:06 pm
    Conner Coffin - Then & Now from Schaub Dog Productions on Vimeo.Since it is my favourite wave in the world, it is hard to focus on the brilliant surfing because I am mind-surfing the wave.
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  • Fin Details to Look for in Purchasing an Inflatable SUP

    Rob Casey - SUP Instructor, Photographer & Guidebook Writer
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:34 pm
    Many of my students are liking our inflatable SUPS thus are now purchasing their own.  A few have bought products we don't have and found out after the purchase that they are limited one type of fin or are lacking something else.Here's a few things to look in regards to fins for in buying an Inflatable SUPMany inflatables don't allow you to use fins from other companies as their fins are molded on the board or have specific removable fins (black plastic with removable tab to lock in fin). One of my students purchased a Red Company board that allowed him to replace the fin but the fin box…
  • Using Dish Soap to Find Leaks in Inflatable SUPs

    Rob Casey - SUP Instructor, Photographer & Guidebook Writer
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:45 pm
    I visited my friend Jim Ramey, a local outdoor product rep to get a tutorial on finding leaks in inflatable SUPs.  Students regularly ask me how to do this, so Jim set up a demo. Basics of finding leaks:- Start with tightening the valve using your valve wrench. If it still leaks continue with the following.- Prepare a bucket of soapy water (soapier the better).- Find a sponge- Place your SUP on saw horses or similar.- Using the sponge, squeeze soapy water over all the seams of your SUP and the valve.  Find the best light in order to see any bubbles that may come out of the SUP…
  • Read My Article about SUPs for Boats in PNW Boating

    Rob Casey - SUP Instructor, Photographer & Guidebook Writer
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:58 am
    Here's an article I wrote about using SUPs on your boat for the June issue of Waggoner's Pacifc Northwest Boating MagazineLearn:- Choosing a board- About board construction- Board storage on your boat- Clothing and safety gear for paddle boarding- Benefits of taking a lesson.Click Here to Read More on Page 66: http://digital.turn-page.com/i/520161-june-2015June 2015
  • Air Compressors for Inflatable SUPs

    Rob Casey - SUP Instructor, Photographer & Guidebook Writer
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:04 am
    With the growth of inflatable SUPs also comes the issue of having to blow them up quickly vs an exhausting self air pump session (or good pre-paddle warm-up).  In business, I have to blow up a bunch of these before a gig this don't have time to do it manually. In researching air compressors, many have told me their SUP air compressors burn out over time.  I did a quick survey on Stand Up Zone and found some info that may be helpful to you from those that have done the testing.  I picked up a Pittsburg Automotive 12v 100 PSI compressor which so far is working but is quite slow,…
  • How to Install the Leash Plug String for SUPs and Surfboards

    Rob Casey - SUP Instructor, Photographer & Guidebook Writer
    30 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    While at my local SUP shop a few weeks ago, a guy came in looking for a leash string.  He didn't know that it's not really a product but rather any strong string you can find to install in around your leash plug, in the video below I'm using parachute cord.  I go to a marine supply store to get extra strong strings but I've seen friends use shoe laces and plastic zip ties. One student even used in a remote area, a Bald Eagle feather (the long hard part) which lasted for a month.  Bungy can be used if there's nothing else available. Tip: Carry extra sting on you as it can wear…
 
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  • Nº1 Night Surfing at Wavegarden | 2015 Test Series

    Chase
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:23 am
    WAVEGARDEN® Night Surfing Experiment Wavegarden, pioneers in man-made wave technology, recently conducted a series of tests at their headquarters in Northern Spain in order to check how its technology can improve different aspects of the surfing experience. The first of such tests focused on surfing at nighttime, using a state-of-the-art lighting system and featuring the talents of former European surf champion Vincent Duvignac, big wave surfers Natxo Gonzalez and Axi Muniain and Zarautz local surfer Asier Maqueda. In partnership with a range of leading technical suppliers, Wavegarden is…
  • Mick Fanning Survies Shark Attack | Jeffrey's Bay South Africa

    Chase
    19 Jul 2015 | 10:07 am
     With a broken leash and a sigh of relief, Mick Fanning narrowly survived a vicious shark attack at the  J-Bay Open. He was sitting out the back waiting for his next wave when a fin surfaced and headed directly towards him from behind. He immediately jumped on his board and started fighting off the shark while trying to get away. This was during the final of the event and Julian Wilson was in the water as well, though not close to Mick.Joe Turpel was in the commenting booth and for a minute it didn't even register what was happening as the camera was on a close up view of Mick. You…
  • Outerknown | The Kelly Slater Disconnect

    Chase
    18 Jul 2015 | 7:56 am
    It's no doubt that Kelly Slater is the most talented and accomplished professional surfer around; something that has gained him worldwide recognition for all the right reasons. He takes time to sign autographs after heats, always has a smile on his face and seems reasonably grounded despite his fame. Simply put, he's a great ambassador and role model within the surf industry.But this week, he's in the hot seat due to the launch of Outerknown, his new sustainable apparel brand. Before we jump into the funny commentary and jokes made at his expense, it's important to note that Kelly has stated…
  • Quinn Matthews | 2015 Follow The Light Finalist

    Chase
    16 Jul 2015 | 8:01 am
    It's down to 5 finalists for the 2015 Follow The Light Foundation grant and once again Quinn Matthews finds himself in the mix for the $9,000 grant. The Follow The Light Foundation is the most prestigious photo competition in surf photography for the upcoming generation of iconic surf photographers and generally identifies the next big industry talent. And let's be honest, it's about time that Quinn Matthews. He is young, ambitious, talented, and the perfect candidate for the award. I came across Quinn Matthews’ work, after knowing his older brother through some mutual friends in…
  • Bella + Canvas | 2015 Collection

    Chase
    11 Jul 2015 | 6:57 am
    Sometimes the simplest things in life make the biggest impression. That's why I'm stoked to be adding some clothing from Bella + Canvas to my wardrobe! Focusing exclusively on fashion-forward knit tees and fleece, their entire collection is made here in Los Angeles using 100% combed and ring-spun cotton and fine-gage threads for the most durable and comfortable clothing possible. And they execute on this focus perfectly! Let's face it, most surfer's are pretty simple when it comes to style. We prefer a pair of jeans and a t-shirt, over a shirt and tie for most occasions. But that doesn't…
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  • Teahupoo Code Orange

    Surf Europe
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:40 am
    Teahupoo on mesmerising form, from just-about-paddleable-big to don't-even-think-about-it-big The post Teahupoo Code Orange appeared first on Surf Europe.
  • There’s Something About Harry

    Surf Europe
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:48 am
    Harry Timson in Sumbawa, and on fire The post There’s Something About Harry appeared first on Surf Europe.
  • Sparky Lacomare vs The Ments

    Surf Europe
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Just when you thought it wasn't safe to go on the internet... The post Sparky Lacomare vs The Ments appeared first on Surf Europe.
  • Nic von Rupp 3 Deserts

    Surf Europe
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:17 am
    North Africa, Macaronesia, West Oz are all precipitation poor, but wave rich The post Nic von Rupp 3 Deserts appeared first on Surf Europe.
  • Keala Kennelly: “That Thing Swallowed Me Faster Than A Tijuana Prostitute”

    Surf Europe
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:16 am
    Almost certainly the most ridiculously heavy wave ever ridden by a female surfer The post Keala Kennelly: “That Thing Swallowed Me Faster Than A Tijuana Prostitute” appeared first on Surf Europe.
 
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    27 Jul 2015 | 2:32 am
    de angel fotosplino   Rider: Cristian Perez  Camera: Prado BBK / Angel Fotosplino Edition: Angel Fotosplino Song: Junior Kimbrough - You're Gonna Find Your Mistake VideoSi no ves bien el video pincha AQUI
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    27 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
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  • Alex "Macca" Mcalpine

    27 Jul 2015 | 2:29 am
    de nick colclough   Few clips filmed over june july of Alex Mcalpine booging boarding out his local waves  supported by: found boards. foundboards.com music created by: litwicks big thanks to them for the song definitely worth checking them out triplejunearthed.com/artist/litwicks additional footage: Callum wilson, jake forrest  filmed/edit: myself VideoSi no ves bien el video pincha AQUI
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    27 Jul 2015 | 2:27 am
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  • Tarik Dallinger | Sweet Paradise

    27 Jul 2015 | 2:25 am
    de Taz Harnett    Tarik Dallinger, 17 years old from the Gold Coast. Filmed from a couple of sessions at home and 11 days in cooks. Supported by - Flux Bodyboarding, Found and Spank Monkey Wax Filmed & Edited - Taz harnett Cooks footage - Eric Gamez (The Booghouse) VideoSi no ves bien el video pincha AQUI
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  • The Mick Fanning vs. Shark Edition of Tournotes

    K
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:16 pm
    From:360Guide I was sitting in a bike shop in the Alps, sipping on cold beer after a few hours of what felt like 100F mountabiking... The post The Mick Fanning vs. Shark Edition of Tournotes appeared first on 360Guide.
  • Ashes to Agassiz

    K
    15 Jul 2015 | 12:38 am
    From:360Guide Hi my name is Graham Agassiz, but my friends call me Aggy or Little Bird…. For Graham Agassiz, a relatively benign descent—one he’s done... The post Ashes to Agassiz appeared first on 360Guide.
  • Even Mediocre Surf is Better Than Running

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    14 Jul 2015 | 7:18 am
    From:360Guide The post Even Mediocre Surf is Better Than Running appeared first on 360Guide.
  • Jamnica Bike Park, Carinthia

    K
    10 Jul 2015 | 12:43 am
    From:360Guide There is this place that has epic blueberry coated single trails custom made for your mtb enjoyment. Bikenomad started it before mountain biking was... The post Jamnica Bike Park, Carinthia appeared first on 360Guide.
  • OBFIVE Hawaiian Nights Cruiser with Swallow Tail

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    9 Jul 2015 | 5:21 am
    From:360Guide A cool natural looking cruiser made out of exotic walnut with Canadian maple together with printed deck grip. Cruise to the beach in style:)!... The post OBFIVE Hawaiian Nights Cruiser with Swallow Tail appeared first on 360Guide.
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  • 7mm Scuba Diving Wetsuit for People That Get Cold a Lot

    wms
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:40 am
    Q: I recently fell in love with scuba diving. I am looking to buy a seamless full suit, 7mm, with integrated hood. I get cold a lot, so I need a warm suit. Are there any suits you recommend? I heard that they are coming out with 7mm suits that are compressed to 4 or so […] Related posts: Wetsuit for diving and windsurfing Diving Wetsuit Water Temperature Guide And Chart What is the best cold water wetsuit?
  • Short and Larger Frame: What if the Wetsuit Is Too Long?

    wms
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:32 am
    Q: Im a short woman with larger frame  – most suits that fit me are too long (for taller people). Is that doable? A: I actually like it if the sleeves and the legs are a little bit too long. Especially in winter wetsuits you don’t want them to crawl up your leg and/or arm. […] Related posts: A wetsuit for larger frame people Long or short sleeves for swimming wetsuits Wetsuit repair guide
  • Cold Induced Asthma and Staying Warm While Surfing

    wms
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:13 am
    Q: What would be the best wetsuit (surf mostly, but also kite and windsurf) for 50 yo with exercise/cold induced asthma. Want to stay really warm in 50F-65F water. Already use PsychoII with thick rash guard w integrated hood and can only stay out 90 min (before slowing of mentation-e.g. hypothermia sets in). Flexibility and […] Related posts: How thick of a wetsuit should be used in cold water surfing? How to protect your face in cold water? Face wetsuits? Is a 4/3 Wetsuit OK for Surfing in 40F Water 30F Air?
  • Is Neoprene the Same as Rubber and How Long Does a Wetsuit Last

    wms
    16 Jul 2015 | 8:48 am
    Q: Is neoprene like a kind of rubber? Does it become stiff over time? If yes, best use within how many years? A: Neoprene does come from the family of synthetic rubbers so technically it is a rubber but it resists degradation more than regular natural or synthetic rubbers. This means that it does get […] Related posts: Do Neoprene Wetsuits Stretch After Prolonged Use? What is the difference between windsurfing and surfing wetsuits? Unused wetsuit stored in the closet question
  • Janga Wetsuits

    wms
    9 Jun 2015 | 1:09 pm
    If you have seen a JANGA wetsuit you will remember it. If you have seen an unusual looking wetsuit it is probably Janga. The company that makes these wetsuits is called KIDNAP YOURSELF and they come from a surf town of Figueira da Foz in Portugal. There is not much we can tell you about them, it’s […] Related posts: Tiki Wetsuits Quiksilver wetsuits Sola Wetsuits
 
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  • 6th Annual Newport SUP Cup To Raise Money for Clean Ocean Access

    Mullet
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:20 am
    Newport, Rhode Island–The Newport SUP Cup is a family fun standup paddle race for a great cause based at the historic Newport Shipyard. Paddlers will navigate 3 or 6 mile courses around Goat Island, passing the Newport Harbor Lighthouse, Newport Bridge and other landmarks. The Newport Harbor is home to some of the largest, fastest, and most beautiful new and read more The post 6th Annual Newport SUP Cup To Raise Money for Clean Ocean Access appeared first on Distressed Mullet.
  • Custom Board Candy: April Zilg’s Custom Hobie Apex Raw

    Mullet
    23 Jul 2015 | 6:32 am
    April Zilg talks about her custom 12’6″ Hobie Apex Raw race stand up paddle board shaped by Mark Johnson. When to order a custom board: When you know exactly what you want to change on a production board When the conditions you paddle in dictate specific design features such as more or less rocker, more or less stability, ability to read more The post Custom Board Candy: April Zilg’s Custom Hobie Apex Raw appeared first on Distressed Mullet.
  • Jenny Kalmbach discusses her approach to the Molokai 2 Oahu race this weekend

    Mullet
    22 Jul 2015 | 9:16 am
    This is the easy part. Training is done, mileage in the bank, hours and hours of paddling are over. These are the days to take it easy, put the legs up and rest. To appreciate how far you’ve come, to be grateful for the opportunity to race amongst the best paddlers in the world and to look forward to pushing read more The post Jenny Kalmbach discusses her approach to the Molokai 2 Oahu race this weekend appeared first on Distressed Mullet.
  • There’s Snow Place Like Home

    Annabel Anderson
    22 Jul 2015 | 4:56 am
    Ahhh winter. Frosty mornings breaking into crystal clear days. Subzero temperatures that hover on freezing. Still waters of casting mirror images of majestic mountains. Spectrums of color exploding in an early morning golden crust over the eastern ranges falling to shadows in the West. It’s Lake Wanaka and it’s only place I know to call ‘home’. The Maori (indigenous people read more The post There’s Snow Place Like Home appeared first on Distressed Mullet.
  • Crossfit Games adds Prone Paddleboarding with help of Brian Szymanski

    Mullet
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:58 am
    Are you ready for a pop in the prone world? How about Crossfit Games adding 50 prone boards built by Brian Szymanski. CrossFit was interested in adding a new challenge and have always wanted to do something in the ocean sports realm. Dave Castro, CrossFit’s game director, talks about how they wanted specifically to look at knee-paddling paddleboards in a competition read more The post Crossfit Games adds Prone Paddleboarding with help of Brian Szymanski appeared first on Distressed Mullet.
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  • J-Bay Open 2015 – First Ever Shark Attack in Professional Surfing

    J. Taylor
    20 Jul 2015 | 2:53 am
    The defending champion at the J-Bay Open 2015, Aussie Mick Fanning, had to fight off a suspected Great White during his finals battle with Julian Wilson, bringing the 6th event of the Championship Tour to an abrupt end. The shocking incident in South Africa was unprecedented, the first time ever that there has been a […] The post J-Bay Open 2015 – First Ever Shark Attack in Professional Surfing appeared first on .
  • A Multi-Story Skatepark? Plans for World’s First Already Drawn

    J. Taylor
    13 Jul 2015 | 9:06 pm
    The stuff of dreams is set to become true. A multi-story skatepark is in the pipeline, the first of its kind in the world. Multi-story carparks have long been a haunt of skateboarders, slaloming down through the ramps, grinding the rails and popping kick flips over barriers. These behemoth car storage facilities have lent themselves […] The post A Multi-Story Skatepark? Plans for World’s First Already Drawn appeared first on .
  • XXL Indian Ocean Swell: The Biggest Waves and the Best Surfing Caught on Film

    J. Taylor
    8 Jul 2015 | 6:48 am
    Western Australia and Indonesia were treated to some of the biggest waves in recent years on the last weekend of June, an XXL Indian Ocean swell that gave surfers plenty of notice to be in the right place at the right time. A fierce storm close to Antarctica churned up 50 to 60 foot seas, […] The post XXL Indian Ocean Swell: The Biggest Waves and the Best Surfing Caught on Film appeared first on .
  • Searching Sirocco – Kilian Martin’s Artistic Skateboarding

    J. Taylor
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Not all skateboarders want to go professional, hit the event circuit and get hit on by as many sponsors as they can. No, some skaters just want to develop their artistic take on the lifestyle choice that is skateboarding. Kilian Martin is one of those skaters, a guy who has crazy skills and still chooses […] The post Searching Sirocco – Kilian Martin’s Artistic Skateboarding appeared first on .
  • 2015 Fiji Pro: A Barrel Bonanza and Owen Wright’s Stamp on Surfing History

    J. Taylor
    21 Jun 2015 | 10:23 pm
    Most of the world’s top surfers will happily agree that the world tour stop on the Fijian island of Tavarua is their favorite. A luxurious resort in the tropics and awesome barreling reef breaks make the fifth event of the WSL World Championship a competitors dream. For those of us at home watching online or […] The post 2015 Fiji Pro: A Barrel Bonanza and Owen Wright’s Stamp on Surfing History appeared first on .
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