Author: Will Sileo

Surfing Hawaii

Triple Crown, Pipe Masters, Pipe Pro? Making Sense of the Events on the North Shore This Winter | The Inertia

 The North Shore of Oahu is always a busy place during the winter, but things have changed on the 7 Mile Miracle. This winter will see the Pipe Masters, the Triple Crown of Surfing, and the Pipeline Pro all take their respective turns in the limelight with new sponsors and new (ish) competitive configurations. […]

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Surfing Hawaii

Jamie O’Brien Surfs the First Big Swell of the Season on the North Shore | The Inertia

[embedded content] There’s no doubt about it – it’s winter. And that means another season of swells aimed at the North Shore of Oahu. To be honest, it’s been a bit of a sleepy start so far, but the first clean, long-period swells just touched down at my home break of Ocean Beach, San Francisco, which […]

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Surfing Hawaii

Jamie O’Brien Surfs the First Big Swell of the Season on the North Shore | The Inertia

[embedded content] There’s no doubt about it – it’s winter. And that means another season of swells aimed at the North Shore of Oahu. To be honest, it’s been a bit of a sleepy start so far, but the first clean, long-period swells just touched down at my home break of Ocean Beach, San Francisco, which […]

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Irie Fitzgerald is the Latest Addition to the Pit Viper Team
Surfing Hawaii

Irie Fitzgerald is the Latest Addition to the Pit Viper Team

Irie is the newest addition to the Pit Viper Staff. Picture: Ray Blas. Editor’s Notice: This option is gifted through our companions at Pit Viper. Irie Fitzgerald resides the nice existence in relation to youngster freesurfers. At 18 (19 in two weeks) she lives at the south shore of Oahu, is backed through Tokoro Surfboards, […]

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Bettylou Johnson and Zeke Lau Win the US Open | The Inertia
Surfing Hawaii

Bettylou Johnson and Zeke Lau Win the US Open | The Inertia

[embedded content] Editor’s Note: This article is brought to you by our partners at Vans. Hurricane Frank should get some sort of award for the waves it brought to the US Open of Surfing. Everywhere in Southern California has been benefiting, but in Huntington Beach the swell really kept on delivering with bigger and better […]

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Vans Duct Tape Invitational Teams Up with Mexi Log Fest in Sayulita, Mexico April 20th
Surfing Mexico

Vans Duct Tape Invitational Teams Up with Mexi Log Fest in Sayulita, Mexico April 20th

Lola Mignot, calls Sayulita home, and she’ll be there, doing the above, all event long. Photo: Vans. Since the recent hoopla over the WSL Longboard Tour that resulted in Joel Tudor’s suspension, there have been a surprising number of longboard events announced, and not just by the WSL. Vans also just released their own three-stop […]

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5 Silver Linings of Spring Surfing
Surfing California

5 Silver Linings of Spring Surfing

Spring might be my least favorite season for surfing, but there are plenty of redeeming qualities. Photo: Skyler Fitzmaurice. Spring is probably my least favorite season for surfing in Northern California. The wind blows strong and often from the northwest, the surf size starts to trend downwards, foggy days become the norm, and to cap […]

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