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Guide to Midlengths

Guide to Midlengths

July 04, 2024

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Fin Guide: How they work and which is the best for you

Fin Guide: How they work and which is the best for you

June 07, 2024

The fin is the most foundational element of your surfboard. Unless you are riding a finless board, the entire surfboard is shaped to work with the fin; design elements like concave and rocker mean little without a fin, and one couldn't imagine a fish without a twin or quad, or a high performance shortboard with a single fin.

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How to Barrel Ride

How to Barrel Ride

May 13, 2024

The tube ride is the pinnacle of surfing. It is, and forever will be, the best sensation a surfer can experience. This being said, tube rides are also very difficult to find, and they require a great level of wave knowledge and technique. This blog will focus on frontside barrel riding, and will touch on how to find a tube, and how to get tubed once you find one. 

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How to pick your surf spot

How to pick your surf spot

April 04, 2024

Whether you are a newer surfer just learning how to navigate a line up, or a more advanced surfer in a new area, learning to pick your surf spot can been intimidating! This blog will outline a few general principles to help you have more success in picking your spots and in having more fun in your sessions! 

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Surf Tips for Intermediate: Proper wave positioning, staying in the pocket, power zones

Surf Tips for Intermediate: Proper wave positioning, staying in the pocket, power zones

April 04, 2024

This is perhaps our most important blog yet for intermediate surfers. Staying in the power zones of the wave is the foundation for all good surfing, so take a minute to study these tips to apply them in the water. 

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Noseriding a Surfboard

How to Noseride a Longboard

April 04, 2024

The noseride is one of the greatest sensations any surfer can experience. There is nothing like looking forwards and seeing no board in front of you. When done right & with the right board, you will feel the board lift beneath you, propelling you forward as if flying above the water.

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How to do a surfing floater

How To Do a Floater

March 07, 2024

When the wave is breaking in front of you, and you can still make it around the section, you have two options. You can either take a low line and go around the breaking wave, which will slow you down and cause you to miss a part of the wave, or you can perform a floater, which helps you increase speed and utilize every part of the wave. 

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How to do a cutback surfing

Surfing Better Series: How to do a Cutback

February 21, 2024

The cutback is a timeless maneuver that every surfer needs to know! The best surfers in the world are constantly doing cutbacks to maintain speed and harness all the energy within the pocket of the wave.  It is actually easier than you think once you have the basics down.  This blog will help you learn how to perform and perfect your cutbacks. 

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Roundhouse cutback surfing

How to Perform a Roundhouse Cutback

February 21, 2024

The roundhouse cutback is a timeless surf maneuver that adds spark to your cutbacks and allows you to gain speed for your next maneuver. Without proper guidance, they can be difficult to master. This blog will help you perform better roundhouse cutbacks and add flair to your surfing. 

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How to Bottom Turn Surfing

How to Master Your Bottom Turn

February 15, 2024

One of the biggest issues people can have in their surfing is the inability to move on from misplaced, slow turns that have little power, drive or flair. Part of the reason for this obstacle is that you may be neglecting your bottom turn. The purpose of the bottom turn is to set up for your turns or help you drive down the line with speed - so it is the foundation of all good surfing! For these reasons, do not overlook the steps in this blog! 

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Riding a Fish Surfboard

Riding a Fish Style Board

February 13, 2024

The fish style surfboard was invented by San Diego kneeboarder Steve Lis in 1967 and continues to revolutionize surfing. Many say the fastest they've ever gone, and the most fun they've ever had while surfing, was on fish surfboard. Nevertheless, many can also attest that learning to surf a fish is hard. The goal of this blog is to help you overcome the initial difficulties of riding a fish, so that you can see why your fish might be your favorite board. 

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Riding a Longboard Surfboard for Beginner and Intermediate

Riding a Longboard Surfboard

February 07, 2024

The longboard is a board we believe everyone should have in their quiver. No matter your skill level, riding a longboard can increase your style, help you perfect your technique, and allow you to read waves much better. Although standing up and riding a longboard is relatively easy because of its stability, there are still some challenges that make mastering a longboard difficult. 

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