Recent Rants

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I'm selling a new 4/3 Infiniti Drylock Xcel Wetsuit--$400. I bought it this weekend, wore it ONCE and realized that the size is wrong for me. My loss, your gain. I plan to buy the same exact suit in a different size...

I paid $476...and I still have the receipt

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What you need first is to enter and do well in a big contest...
like the Long Board Classic.
@@ You never know any shame @@@@

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no phones, no internet, no running water. Just you, your mates and a jagged coast line where the desert meets the sea. Lewy finnegan and Dave Lush show us what the desert has to offer.

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was just watching one of my favorite (and 1 of about 3 in total that i own) surf movies "drive thru california" and during the bonus footage saw one of the craziest scenes of the movie..shot in 2002

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This is some really cool footage. Ok, so around 2:22 was where I took the screen grab. Watch the rolling bodysurfing recovery. I wish that's how I rolled.

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Yeah, I know. Who would write such a thing? From the mind of SoCal surf shop legend Zuma Jay comes a very cool book about, well, the history of surfboard wax. Review is here: http://www.thewatermanslibrary.com/Site/SurfboardWax.html

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Why spend Bank Holiday lounging in front of the TV when you could be immersing yourself in a 180ft peat bog in Wales?

That's the philosophy behind a handful of competitors who took part in the annual Bog Snorkelling Championships at Llanwrtyd Wells this weekend.

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As surfers we all love to stare at photos of waves; big or small, most of us could mind surf anyone of them for hours. We also love to see our favorite pro and Joes risking it all for that perfect maneuver, death drop, or barrel shot – not to mention the wipeouts!

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Pierce Michael Kavanagh is a tal­ented San Diego surfer/filmmaker. His recent film Man­u­fac­tur­ing Stoke raises ques­tions about the toxic chem­i­cals used in the surf­board indus­try and asks us all: How can we make a dif­fer­ence for the envi­ron­ment? Pierce speaks to us about his inspi­ra­tion for the film and his cur­rent obses­sion for bodysurfing.

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Working at the world’s largest ship demolition yard is no walk in the park, but to 12-year-old Ekramul, it’s better than starving to death.

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At least six of these guys lined up a little tight and an outside macker caught them by surprise. Beautiful conditions at Rivermouth, slightly overhead and full of fish.

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