Month: June 2022

Where to catch the surf in Hawaii – Lonely Planet
Surfing Hawaii

Where to catch the surf in Hawaii – Lonely Planet

Surfing walks out of the home team locker room into the glorious wave arena that is Hawaii. Whispers of daring Polynesian kings and nobles attempting to harness the ocean here go back some 800 years, back to an age when great 10-foot boards carved of Acacia koa trees were forged and high Polynesian priests appealed […]

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Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots
Surfing Mexico

Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots

Mexico has undoubtedly attracted many tourists around the world for some good reasons, and many have even made it their first international vacation. Places like Cancun and Tulum are the Mexican hotspots for tourists looking for typical vacations, think beaches, and cocktails. Others prefer to indulge in non-touristy activities such as exploring the most spectacular […]

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Surfing Hawaii

An RC Surfer Hilariously Pa(Trolls) the Backdoor Lineup

[embedded content] A young, fresh-faced star has been pushing the limits of what’s possible during a North Shore summer. This may be the first you’ve heard of him and we won’t blame you because he only recently made his presence known to the world on social media, amassing nearly 5,000 followers on Instagram in less […]

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Where to catch the surf in Hawaii – Lonely Planet
Surfing Hawaii

Where to catch the surf in Hawaii – Lonely Planet

Surfing walks out of the home team locker room into the glorious wave arena that is Hawaii. Whispers of daring Polynesian kings and nobles attempting to harness the ocean here go back some 800 years, back to an age when great 10-foot boards carved of Acacia koa trees were forged and high Polynesian priests appealed […]

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How Jack Johnson Managed to Never Sell Out | The Inertia
Surfing Hawaii

How Jack Johnson Managed to Never Sell Out | The Inertia

A voice we can depend on. Photos: Morgan Maassen Jack Johnson has always been a voice we can depend on. His Brushfire Fairytales became an instant classic in 2001 when he formally introduced himself to the music world with its release. But if you’re a surfer – or a student who frequented Santa Barbara music […]

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Rob Machado Having an Absolute Blast on a 7’0″ Sunday in Mexico
Surfing Mexico

Rob Machado Having an Absolute Blast on a 7’0″ Sunday in Mexico

[embedded content] Rob Machado is, without a doubt, one of the smoothest, most stylish surfers in the world. He’s the epitome of economy of movement, a perfect example of why, exactly, less really is more. Slow is smooth and smooth is fast, as they say, and Rob Machado makes surfing look as fun as it […]

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Longboard Style Master Kaniela Stewart is Proud to Represent Hawaii Through His Surfing | The Inertia
Surfing Hawaii

Longboard Style Master Kaniela Stewart is Proud to Represent Hawaii Through His Surfing | The Inertia

Kaniela Stewart: the style master. Photo: Tommy Pierucki Kaniela Stewart is a Hawaii boy through and through. Born and raised in Waikiki, Stewart spent every day of his childhood on the beach. “I grew up right on the beach in Waikiki,” says Stewart. “My mom taught surf lessons, my dad took tourists out on the […]

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Best places to surf in California – Lonely Planet
Surfing California

Best places to surf in California – Lonely Planet

Hawaii might lay claim to the first waves ever ridden, but surf culture was born in California. Whether it’s the salt-washed hair of the Lords of Dogtown, the tunes of the Beach Boys or the legendary Endless Summer crew, there are countless examples of how California is intertwined with the world of wave chasing. It’s […]

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Best places to surf in California – Lonely Planet
Surfing California

Best places to surf in California – Lonely Planet

Hawaii might lay claim to the first waves ever ridden, but surf culture was born in California. Whether it’s the salt-washed hair of the Lords of Dogtown, the tunes of the Beach Boys or the legendary Endless Summer crew, there are countless examples of how California is intertwined with the world of wave chasing. It’s […]

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For California’s Surfing Winemakers, It’s All About Balance
Surfing California

For California’s Surfing Winemakers, It’s All About Balance

Whether it’s concern about our warming climate or a desire to produce fresher wines, California vintners are fascinated by growing grapes as close to the Pacific Ocean as possible for all kinds of reasons. With most vineyards located less than six miles from the shore, the recently approved San Luis Obispo Coast appellation emphasizes this […]

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