Ted Robinson, Kelly Gibson, Vince Ray, Mark Hacker, Aaron Parazette, Charlie Miller, Todd Meacham, John Lang, 25th St.
Matix presents Who Is JJ Wessels?
Surfboards by Davenport
Taking you back to the “Dawn of the Involvement Era,” circa 1967 ¾’s, when some of the world’s most versatile boards ever were being pumped up, before everybody hacked a few feet off for the en vogue “shortboard,” comes Davenport’s THE BAYONET.
We can all thank Hollywood for the perception of surfers as stony slackers.
Mission surfboards shaper Gilad Lewandovski’s inspiration and shaping journey stared in Tenerife in the Canary Islands 18 years ago.
Photo by John Alvarez
Stand-up paddler Tamara Lentz credits her first place finish in the Women’s Open Elite Race at Huntington last week to training in the dumpy surf at the Hermosa Beach pier.
With summer just around the corner and the school year coming to an end, the upcoming 3 months of free time is an opportunity for the creation of life-long memories.
Tyler Surfboards Test Pilot Josh Gilberts on a 10″0′ Nose Rider
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Music by Diplo
Filmed and Edited by Grayson Hild
Alex Gray and Timmy Reyes head south in search of the best Turkeymelt in Mexico, finding some tubos peligrosas along the way.
by Dickie O’Reilly
Menehunes, Groms, Boys, Juniors, Mens, Pro-Junior, Pro-Am, WQS, WCT — that’s the progression to professional surfing.
For the month of April, a few local board builders and skate shops showcase some of their April offerings.
Consistency best describes El Porto. Its large, submarine canyon sucks swell from every which way, concentrating the ocean energy onto a variety of sandbars that can offer the most insane barrel ever and/or slow lethargic mushballs (most likely on the same wave.) Chaotic is another good description that comes to mind.
Mike Siordia riding his brand new Tyler Surfboards “ManBearPig” model.
United State Coast Senior Chief Petty Officer Rick Bolton made his final helicopter rescue hoist descent into the ocean Friday afternoon.