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Published on July 3rd, 2014 | by kiwisurfmag

SUBWAY® SUMMER SURF SERIES PUTS AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR SURFING ON A NEW WAVE Junior surfing in Australia is riding a new wave of support with today’s announcement of the Subway® Summer Surf Series. Organised by Surfing Australia, ... Read More




Published on July 3rd, 2014 | by kiwisurfmag

SNOW GODDESS RETREATS A “Girls Only” Snow holiday unlike any other! We offer the chance to spark your spirit of adventure, get inspired, master or develop your snow skills and enjoy a fantastic winter vacation in ... Read More


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Goodbye Fiji hello Cali

Published on June 5th, 2014 | by kiwisurfmag

Goodbye Fiji hello Cali Paige Hareb bids Fiji farewell & readies for California Some of the World Tour Women openly showed their emotions of nerves and anxiety while others kept their poker face, most of the ... Read More

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 RVCA Advocate @kevinspankylong with the switch 180 wall drop || Photo: @dosouto || #RVCA #VA #BalanceOfOpposites  THE V2-GRINDER: Short n wide…with tons of glide. The “V2-Grinder” is a V2-SB squished into a stubby, squatty little firecracker. First built for a few of my “Domestic” buddies whose surfing can be described as “ former pro level, now grown up, with kids and a job, surfing crappy beachbreaks with my kids...whenever I get a chance”. Pleasantly surprised by rave reviews from the older,local heroes, we placed a few under the feet of some WCT and QS “Grinders”. Ends up, the board is a superb small wave contest machine. With the likes of Carissa Moore and other world class competitors using them in lackluster conditions to great success,. To the V2s distinctive low entry and noticeable tail lift, we married an outline that resembles the classic SubScorcher. The wide tail block provides drive, lift and a stable platform in meager conditions. The short rail line and healthy amount of tail lift (paired with full and forgiving rails) still permeate the water and allow proper rail turns in small, tight, quirky shore pound. Don’t be afraid to go Short n fat with this one!  Peace at Pipeline✌️ @cocom4debarrelkilla @riordanpringle #lostenterprises #lostclothing #lostsurfboards #MasonHo  There must be something in that Maui water. 13-year-old @cole_alves launching to the skies during this week's #MIRAGE moment at the Rip Curl Grom Camp. #SurfingIsEverything #LikeWearingNothing Photo: @steve_mo_money  RVCA Advocate Ashley Smith @therealashsmith in her new signature Splashed cropped sweater || photo @jasonleeparry || view the lookbook and shop the collection at RVCA.com || @rvca_womens #ashleysmithxrvca
 Hope you all had a great weekend! || RVCA Advocate @ellisericson and a Hawaiian sunset || photo @tbhphoto || @rvca_aus @rvcasurf #RVCAloha  RVCA Advocate @kevinspankylong switch 180 wall drop || photo @dosouto || @rvcaskate @rvca_europe #rainorshineuk  RVCA Advocate Ford Archbold @fordtwentyyy Santa Cruz, CA || photo @de.lon || @rvcasurf #fordarchbold  Keith Baldassare (@keithbaldassare) crail slide in Daytona.  Mike Edwards #lostenterprises #lostclothing  A peaceful tube for @tylerwright. #SurfingIsEverything #MIRAGE photo: @tedgrambeau
 Go-Pro fun in the warm winter sun. Today with some old friends. Thanks for the shot, Doh and Shano.  ANP Advocate Remio keeping it fresh with this piece || @rrremio #RVCA #VA #BalanceOfOpposites #ANP #ArtistNetworkProgram  I don't post many sunsets, but when I do, it's usually of Catalina.  The #PuddleJumper is a con-caved, planing surface speeder. Domestic bliss with a twist. Based off the outline of the Bottom Feeder, but with reversed bottom and rocker curves. This board, unlike the past Domestic models (like The Bottom Feeder and RV) features a concave bottom that transitions to vee in the tail. The wide outline makes for easy wave catching and down the line glide and stability. The concave bottom adds lift and increased rail curve, which allows more radical top to bottom surfing. The straight rail line and vee in the tail keep the board moving forward and hold in during hard carving maneuvers. This is the most excited I have ever been about a small wave surfboard. Personally, its the best small wave board I have ridden.  The legend is iin the house. @markrichardssurfboards snuck in for a couple secret shaping days. I got one....did you!
 Brandon Hawkins hucking high tail.  @joefosterphoto @brandonhawkins #lostenterprises #lostclothing #lostsurfboards  Go back out for a second session like @gabrielmedina. GM is wearing the #FlashBomb Zip Free - the #WorldsFastestDryingWetsuit. #SurfingIsEverything Photo: @stugibson  Not quite as functional as the boards they were used to make... @theluckybastards @lostsurfboards #resinworks  Yeah Weekend! RVCA Advocate Adam Bennetts standing tall in the green room || @misterbennetts @rvcasurf || #RVCA #VA #BalanceOfOpposites  RVCA Advocate @greyson_fletcher slashes the fence at Aala skatepark in Oahu || Photo: @jbradford_photo @rvcaskate @rvca || #RVCA #VA #BalanceOfOpposites
 Original ...Lost At Sea art from 1993. The possible new inspiration for SEA MEN - a capsule collection encompassing fishing, lumber, hunting and surfing too. #LostAtSeaSince93 #lostenterprises #mattbiolos #thomlamb    Floppy boy, it's getting. To hard to pick you up.  kinda funny. From today at Pinballs/Waimea. On my 6'6.  @riordanpringle  THE R.V. SPLIT TAIL Features a fresh, fun, flashy tail added to a tried and true favorite. Nothing groundbreaking or earth shattering here. The Split Diamond tail has been growing in popularity among many shapers lately. I became interested in it as soon as I saw first them on boards like Mandelas and Tomos a few years ago. Adding this tail to the R.V. creates a longer, straighter rail line in the back half of the board….generating a touch more drive off the tail. The surface area is increased, adding more lift, the notched out "split" gives a little bite and release, to hold in and grip some, at speed. As a fresh twist update to an already popular board, The Split Tail R.V. is as equally fun and squirty in small, connect the dot, gutless dribble as it is effective in high-lining and down carving arcs across long speedy walls.
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