Tag: surfer

Amp Sessions: Kerby Brown in South West Australia

By on February 15, 2018 in Surfing with 0 Comments
Amp Sessions: Kerby Brown in South West Australia

Every trek to Southwest Australia is a massive gamble. The closest hospital is far enough away to make odds grim in life and death situations. Helicopter rescues have been performed. Shark sightings frequently will cause a crew to turn around, burn the petrol, and head home with their tails between their legs. But in a […]

Continue Reading »

Amp Sessions: Backdoor in February 2018

By on February 8, 2018 in Surfing with 0 Comments
Amp Sessions: Backdoor in February 2018

With the Volcom Pipe Pro going down at Backdoor on the North Shore there was plenty of B-Roll to be captured by the buys at Surfer Magazine who put together this little highlight reel.

Continue Reading »

On Location: Desert Point / Scar Reef August 2017

By on September 22, 2017 in Surfing with 0 Comments
On Location: Desert Point / Scar Reef August 2017

Staff photographer Ryan “Chachi” Craig and an international group of rippers took the hard road to score beautiful Desert Point and Scar Reef, one that was pock-marked with car malfunctions and ferry rides packed from bow to stern. But when that lefthand cannon over dry reef is doing its thing, what’s a little extra delay? […]

Continue Reading »

SURFER Magazine presents “Further”: A Costa Rican adventure with Brett Barley and Ryland Rubens

By on September 5, 2017 in Surfing with 0 Comments
SURFER Magazine presents “Further”: A Costa Rican adventure with Brett Barley and Ryland Rubens

Brett Barley and Ryland Rubens went off-road in Costa Rica in search of a wave we’ve all seen before. But when the road forked, they took a left rather than a right, followed the wrong route too far to turn back, made a few more errors looking for a different break, crossed a sketchy, croc-filled […]

Continue Reading »

In The Shaping Bay: Jon Pyzel

By on July 5, 2017 in Gear, Surfing with 0 Comments
In The Shaping Bay: Jon Pyzel

Jon Pyzel showing us around his new factory in Hawaii.

Continue Reading »

Surfing Cold Canada with Raph Bruhwiler

By on February 15, 2017 in Surfing with 0 Comments
Surfing Cold Canada with Raph Bruhwiler

Years ago at Pipeline, a crisp tradewind blowing Raph Bruhwiler sat shivering in the lineup, the coldest he’d ever felt in the water. It’s a strange way to imagine Canada’s first professional surfer. Hundreds of surfers visit his hometown of Tofino, the quiet Vancouver Island village. Bruhwiler shares a grit and toughness with the area, […]

Continue Reading »

Top