Surfers are a nomadic bunch. Driven by the ever-changing wind, swell and tides, we learn to love the road for the potential that lies at the end of it. It doesn’t matter if we’re running down the block, driving hours up the coast or landing onto some remote, grassy runway...
ASP World Title Contenders Lead Surf Competition | Vans 2014 US Open Of Surfing Day 5
July 31, 2014
Day five of the Vans US Open of Surfing ran through Rounds 2 and 3 in peaky two-to-four foot surf at Huntington Beach. The field of 18 was narrowed to 12, with top ASP World Title threats advancing directly to the Quarterfinals.
A Super Surf Week in NY - NYSea Open Pro 2014 Recap
July 29, 2014
This year the NYSea Open Pro event was held Wednesday July 16 and kicked off the 5th annual New York Surf Week, which has grown to be one of the most momentous events of summer in New York. Beginning the day with rainy and mushy 2-3 foot surf, spectators and...
How Kelly Slater Prepares for US Open While in Flat Summertime Florida
July 28, 2014
Kelly Slater stopped home in Florida for a quick rest before heading over to California for the Vans US Open of Surfing. As the East Coast (and especially Florida) tend to go super flat during July and August, Kelly had to find other ways to keep his top form. What...