Whilst Bali continues to surge forward into an overdeveloped cliche of everything that paradise is not, its sister island remains strangely quiet. Which is odd given that Lombok offers perfect tube rides without the crowds. Desert Point is not unknown for high quality surf, and long are the days of catching it empty, but it… Read more
It must be both a curse and a blessing to be able to consider Jamie O’Brien a ‘friend’. Nothing he does conforms to convention. A surf is never just a surf. Whether he’s charging Pipeline at night or riding ridiculous inflatable swimming pool toys in double overhead barrels, JOB is always on the edge. So when you… Read more
Alanna Blanchard reminds us that first and foremost, she’s a surfer. This short clip features Alana dominating the crowds in the warm Australian waters where she took up summer residence.
A brief guide to everything you don’t want to do in the water. Enjoy.
If it’s your first time out at Nazaré the adrenaline is going to be pumping. Anticipation for that first wave is going to be high, years spent training for this very moment, months patiently waiting for the right swell. You take off on your first wave, make the drop, give yourself a quick pat on the back…… Read more
Drone footage can be a bit hit or miss. Often, what starts off as a great idea, ends with shaky footage from too far away to really see what’s going on. But when it does work, it’s epic, as this video from Indo’ demonstrates.
We’re used to seeing oversized surf logos adorning tents and flags at various beaches around the world to announce the arrival of the circus that is a surf competition. But for obvious reasons, surf contests rarely venture very far from the coast. Snowdonia’s ill fated wave pool recently held a showcase event to demonstrate its… Read more
Filmed on location in New Zealand and Australia, ‘Light Therapy’ was carefully shot with the intention of utilising only available light within the hours of dawn and dusk. Featuring surfers Chippa Wilson, Dion Agius and Nate Tyler, this beautiful film is more art, than the usual high energy, action packed extreme sport footage.