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Wax Vending, a company that combines convenience and social surf information, is set to open 50 wax vending machines outside of local surf shops from…
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 14:44

5 Reasons the Margaret River Area Kicks Ass

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5 reasons why the Margaret River should be in your top 10 of go-to surf destinations.
Photographer Jean-Charles Barthelet describes his experience watching tow surfers charge the massive waves of Belharra in France.
Page III: Notes, Recommendations, and Final Thoughts.
Part II: Chicama Resort, Local Info, and Nearby Breaks.
Towards the northern end of Peru, lies the town of Chicama. A place where every wave peels endlessly down the line like magic, and even…
Friday, 10 January 2014 00:35

The Dana Point Mafia: The Real O.G.s

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Before Quiksilver, Rip Curl, Reef, and Volcom ruled the surf world with their billion dollar bottom lines, there were these, now iconic, groundbreaking figures of…
Saturday, 06 July 2013 14:51

Share the Love

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Blog post from Eric "The Professor" about dealing with summer crowds.
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 17:53

A Holla for Colla

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My first exposure to Thomas Colla’s work was at his ‘Heartcore’ exhibition in NYC’s Lost Weekend surf/coffee shop. The pictures were a study in black…
Monday, 17 June 2013 03:53

Pura Vida en Costa Rica

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After booking a flight down to Costa Rica during prime surf season, any surfer would know that they were going to be in for a…
Blog post from Eric "The Professor" about the importance of choosing the right shape for your surfing.
Blog post about the joys of longboarding, by Eric "The Professor".
Sharing the first post from the blog of local surfer, Eric "The Professor".
Thursday, 07 March 2013 04:57

Escape from Winter - Hawaiian Stylin'

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Each winter, Oahu’s illustrious North Shore serves up some of the largest and most impressive waves in the world. Massive storm generated swells make a…
Suicide. Addiction. Self-Injury. Depression. Dirty words, every one of ‘em. But they describe the daily struggles and afflictions that affect tens of millions of Americans.…
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