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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Almond Surfboards | Shaping with Griffin NK

Almond Surfboards | Shaping with Griffin NK from Almond Surfboards on Vimeo.
Here's a peaceful interlude for your afternoon... a tastefully done piece on Griffin Neumann-Kyle shaping a Lumberjack, fimed and edited by Brecht Van't Hof. A tremendous amount of time and attention to detail goes into the shaping of each Almond Surfboard. This 3-minute clip offers a glimpse into Griffin's routine.

Monday, May 16, 2016

The Stories We Wear: Tom Doidge-Harrison

Out on the west coast of Ireland, Patagonia Surf Ambassador Tom Doidge-Harrison spends his time chasing waves and honing his craft shaping surfboards. “You don’t need all this stuff,” says Tom as he talks about the jacket he’s shaped five hundred boards in, “you just need one that works properly and try to make it last as long as you can.” Our clothes not only serve us with warmth and protection, they carry our stories — surfboard foam shavings and all. That’s what makes them worth hanging onto, repairing and using as long as possible; a virtue that comes naturally to Tom.

Gary Hanel x Andy Davis x Moonlight Glassing

Gary Hanel x Andy Davis x Moonlight Glassing from Soren Heil on Vimeo.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Vans Duct Tape Invitational | Tofino, Vancouver

The Vans Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational set out for a new expedition in Tofino, Vancouver this past weekend for an incredible display of unique longboarding talent. Securing his fourth Duct Tape Invitational title to add to his three consecutive wins at the Vans US Open, Floridian Justin Quintalclaims first place in the 2016 event, joined by Nate Strom in 2nd, and former title holder, Troy Mothershead in 3rd. With harrowing conditions and unpredictable new surf on the horizon, the podium rose to the occasion, outperforming their peers with timeless style, originality and innovation.


Justin Quintal – 1st
Nate Strom – 2nd
Troy Mothershead – 3rd

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Tyler Warren | New Zealand

TW/NZ from Billabong New Zealand on Vimeo.
Tyler Warren, New Zealand, April 2016

Tyler Warren cross steps his way from East Coast to West for our final Salt Circus instalment. It's accompanied by a digital flip-book which can be found here -

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Artist / Imarhan
Track / Assossamagh

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Jokin Etxeberria | Vissla Flow Team

Jokin Etxeberria - Vissla Flow Team from Jungle Juice on Vimeo.
Jokin Etxeberria se suma al "Flow Team" de Vissla a nivel nacional representando a la perfección sus dos grandes slogans:
"Creators & Innovators" - él mismo se fabrica varias de sus propias tablas
"Surf everything & ride anything" - le encanta surfear con todo tipo de tablas y en todo tipo de condiciones, desde medio metro con un longboard hasta olas cañeras con un pincho asimetrico, un twifin playero o un single clásico.
Un completo desconocido para la gran masa pero un surfer de gran talento para todos aquellos que le han visto surfear.
Jokin Etxeberria joins the "Flow Team" of Vissla nationwide representing with perfection its two main slogans:"Creators & Innovators" - he himself made several of its own boards "Surf ride everything & anything" - loves to surf with all kinds of boards and in all conditions, from half a meter with a longboard to big waves with an asymmetrical spike, a beach twifin or a classic single. A stranger to the great mass but talented surfer to all those who have seen him surf.

Monday, May 9, 2016


Intermission from Broomsticks&Beavertails on Vimeo.
Garrett Spencer & Mikey Detemple making the best of a little summer swell.

Film/Edit: Mary Spencer
Music: Mac Demarco - Salad Days

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Reilly Stone

Reilly Stone from RyanStruck on Vimeo.


HOT PLASTIC EVOLUTION. from CJ Nelson on Vimeo.
I have been using this as my inspiration reel for a couple years now. When i first got my Australian Slasher made by Ian Chisholm, i looked everywhere for clips of people riding similar designs so i could sort out the origional intent behind this style board. Aside from all the modern footage of Al Knost and Dane Peterson and the obvious others who rip on Involvement style logs, its nice to dig into the history books to see Involvement logging in its heyday with the masters behind the wheel. -cj