More Fun From Tom Wegener

More Fun From Tom Wegener

Here is a quick video of some more finless fun coming out of Noosa, Australia with Tom Wegener and Matt Williams.

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It’s Snow Season: Save Money, Tune Your Own Board

It's Snow Season: Save Money, Tune Your Own Board

As surfers, it is ALWAYS fun to take a few down days and head to the mountains to shred on a snowboard. With plenty of snowbanks and natural terrain to mimic sliding down waves, a snowboard is always a must in the quiver. And like a surfboard, it likes a bit of wax and some…

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Alaias in the New York Times

Alaias in the New York Times

K tv’s own, Cyrus Sutton and others such as Tom Wegener, Scott Hulet, and Richard Kenvin, discuss the surfing experience on an alaia and its ancient roots in a New York Times article by Jamie Brisick. http://travel.nytimes.com/2009/12/04/travel/escapes/04alaia.html

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Double Handplaning in Washington

Double Handplaning in Washington

Scott Hulet from the Surfer’s Journal showed us this clip. Check out www.surfersjournal.com and sign up for “Journal Entries” they are posting some cool stories from top-notch contributors.

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Anastasia Van Wingerden

Anastasia Van Wingerden

You may have noticed the lovely voice and strumming of Anastasia Van Wingerden from our two holiday-themed Surf Sufficients. The 20-year-old Carpenteria, CA native is majoring in Environmental Studies and Spanish at San Francisco’s USF. She surfs Ocean Beach between classes and enjoys the pure slide of body surfing in warmer waters. Look for her…

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K.tv Interview With Ryan Thomas

K.tv Interview With Ryan Thomas

Questions by Ryan Tatar Bio: Surfer, Ryan Thomas spent much of the ’90s drifting back and forth between his native Southern California as a freelance artist in the surf industry, and extended escapes to Northern Cal for the study of marine biology. In 1998 he picked up a super-8mm film camera from surf cinematographer, Greg…

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K.tv Interview With Nathan Oldfield

K.tv Interview With Nathan Oldfield

Questions via Ryan Tatar Bio: Nathan Oldfield is a husband, father, surfer, shaper, filmmaker, photographer, writer, school teacher, bonsai enthusiast, sea gazer, rock collector from the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. He is interested in documenting beautiful things and making stuff Interview: Your latest film, Seaworthy, was a great work of beautiful surf…

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Dia De Los Muertos

Dia De Los Muertos
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