Making Surfboards in All Shapes and Sizes

Making Surfboards in All Shapes and Sizes

Making Surfboards in All Shapes and Sizes By Natalie Jacobs Tucked away in an alley, covered on nearly all sides by bars featuring local craft brews, there is a warehouse full of surfboard shapers. With five shaping bays and a second-story dedicated to glassing, Shaper Studios in San Diego’s North Park neighborhood is redefining what…

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Surf at Lisbon Film Fest Looks Like a Winner for the Second Time

Surf at Lisbon Film Fest Looks Like a Winner for the Second Time

The second edition of SAL, Portugal’s Surf At Lisbon Film Fest, goes down this weekend, June 27 through 30, at the Cinema São Jorge (they tell us it’s a very old and very important building to the history of surf films in the region). The goal is to bring international attention to Portugal for its…

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Throwback Thursday: How to Mat Surf

Throwback Thursday: How to Mat Surf

Since we’re vibing on the non-surfboard surfing this week, we thought we’d pull this Mat Surfing show out of the archives for today’s Throwback. What else are you riding in the water that isn’t a surf board?

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Paraplegic Makes Do with Duct Tape

Paraplegic Makes Do with Duct Tape

By Nathan Davies Pascale Honore is just like any other surfer, keen to drop everything when the waves are up to find a perfect ride – except when she rides she’s strapped to a friend’s back with duct tape. In order to surf the waves of the state’s rugged West Coast, paraplegic Pascale and her…

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Web Surfing: June 8-14

Web Surfing: June 8-14

Hello, hello, hello, and how ya doin? This week brings a nice assortment of web-based nonsense with everything from super south swells for the U.S. southwest and lots of skateboarding plus a bike that serves as a massively impressive pack mule. Some are long, some are short, and one contains a special link to a…

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