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Surfing Etiquette Part 2 - The do's and don'ts of the lineup

August 21, 2013


These are just the basics, it can get technical on occasion. For the most part, if you adopt this creed, you'll find that surfing can always be fun and enjoyable. Take it upon yourself to uphold good etiquette in the water both for yourself and for those around you.

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Surf Etiquette Part 1 - Observing and entering the lineup

August 15, 2013

These tips outline an overall way of approaching surfing with all the right intentions in mind. Here we’ll cover what to look for in finding the right spot for you. We’ll also tell you what to observe once you’re out there.
Location, location, location.

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Surfer Profile - Kjeld Slingerland: Holland

August 06, 2013

Our blog posts can often take a left or right turn when an interesting topic presents itself. This week I wanted to open our minds to what it means to be a surfer. We come in all shapes and sizes and  our home breaks are more varietal than any of us can imagine.

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Baby got back - Surfboard tails 101

June 10, 2013

As water moves in its natural state, it’s free to come and go as it pleases. Your surfboard moving through the water creates friction. Water moves slowest halfway along your board and then accelerates as it exits the tail end. That said, tail outline is one of the most important aspects in surfboard design.

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WHY GO CUSTOM?

September 26, 2012

Remember getting your first surfboard? That feeling you got the second your hands felt the shape of the rails and concave of the bottom? Almost as if you could just stare at it for hours as you waited for that first session to happen?

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The Best Advice I Ever Got From My Father

June 17, 2012



Today is Father's Day and I wanted to share with you something a little more on the personal side.

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Beginner Surfers Listen Up! This is the board you start on.

May 30, 2011


When you're learning to surf, picking the right surfboard is crucial. I know that in the beginning you can't tell the difference between all the different shapes. You can tell that some are long and some are short. You can tell that some are pointed and some are more round. But that's really as far as most beginners can go and there's nothing wrong with that…

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Used Boards On Craigslist... You May Need To Reconsider

February 23, 2011


We received a call the other day and it reminded us of why you have to be so careful when purchasing a used board.

This guy had just bought a used board from someone he found on craigslist. He was in a hurry to get it, so he went over to this guys house to pick it up.

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Advanced Surfers! Ultimate vs. Hanger

February 01, 2011

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Tired of Longboarding?

October 26, 2010

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Fishy, Shorty, or neither - Which one should I get first?

July 14, 2010

There comes a time in every surfers journey where they will be faced with a decision that has paralyzed many surfers before him... fish, shortboard, or something totally different? To answer this question you really have to think about your surfing goals. You will need to base this decision on what you want this next board to accomplish. I know we say this a lot but it's true, there isn't one perfect board that will do everything perfectly.

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What Kind of Longboarder are You? Here are 2 Awesome Longboards

June 02, 2010

Regardless of whether you are an intermediate surfer or an advanced surfer we have a couple of longboards that will rock your longboarding world. That may seem a little "hypie" but if you've surfed either of our longboards you know... they are magic. Let's start off by figuring what kind of longboarder you are. Do you like to cruise, carve, and just catch the most waves you can or are you a noserider that lives for that soul arch?

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