This is he, bbpp, the OG social distance kook. It’s not that I did not care for others. I am substandard juju and others should not be reduced. Being distant is as close as reasonable. All ocean sisters, brothers, mothers and fathers are joined in lives that once was sacred at its origins. Look at the strength…Details
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The Tahiti part of this short from Caroline Marks was filmed on the 2018 Rookie of the Year’s 18th birthday mission.
An update on the Surf Station Surf Shop on Covid-19 and how we are working hard to continue to provide stoke around the world.
–Season 2 : Episode 28– 4 sessions… 1 Day. 2 of which I scored alone, and 2 of which I shared with friends. Easy going days like this, with low expectations and surprise offshore wind switches, are what make me love surfing in the Outer Banks so much! When you can wrap up the day…Details
With beaches still closed, I’m continuing my mission to find stoke in other places. This week, I’m reviewing out the Hamboard Classic 6’6 surf skate. This thing is an absolute monster! Is the board size a gimmick or is this a legitimate surf trainer? This week, WorkForAvocados puts it to the test! Thanks to my…Details
Your Next Groveler Fin Set: FCS II MR PC XL Tri Fin Set I’ll be the first to admit: I may be a little addicted to surfing “fun boards”. I’m enthralled with alternative surf craft and retro shapes, and I’m constantly on the lookout for something looser, faster, or something with more glide. Because of…Details
Throwback to a simplier time when all we cared about was the beach, a little wave and some brews. Here’s to a lot more Sand Beer Bag sessions in the future!
Shop Favorite: Greenough 4-A There is a reason why the True Ames Greenough 4-A fin has been the company’s self-proclaimed bread and butter for nearly 40 years now. That reason? It just plain works. As an avid collector of boards of all shapes and sizes with an affinity for single fins, I’ve tried a lot,…Details
5′5” x 19 1/4” Redux. This surf DVD pays homage to the fish surfboard and its recent revival. In the winter of 1996/1997, when the entire world of professional surfing was riding over six foot rocked-out thrusters, two Lost Enterprises riders show up to the North Shore riding 5′5” twin fins. While very odd at…Details
A slabby wedge. Sharp jagged rocks. Sounds like a Mason Ho dream session. Here is one session of Mason Ho yesterday on the North Shore of Oahu. Trying out a new …Lost Hydra Fish. He says “Its fast and skatey, loose and steady.” Looks like it goes over the reef smoothly too. Click here to…Details