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Other surf websites you should check out

March 01, 2010 1 Comment

Really quick I wanted to tell you about a couple of great resources I found for surfers, Surfers Village and Surf Science. Surfers Village has all sorts of cool info from surf reports and surf news to great videos and photos. Check them out here Surfers Village The second website I found that I just think is so cool is SurfScience.com. If you're looking for surf tips, travel info, interviews with shapers, and really a whole lot more then check out SurfScience.com.


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Carmelo Gura

May 07, 2014

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