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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

SURF

A Line of Their Own: Karina Rozunko – Rozunko is an embodiment of the stylish, freewheeling ideals of the modern longboarding movement

[This is an excerpt from “A Line of Their Own”, featured in SURFER Vol. 59, Issue 3, which profiles six women who are carving unique paths through shaping, competition, big-wave surfing and beyond] In lineups from San Onofre to Noosa Heads, Malibu to Waikiki, traditional longboarding is enjoying a renaissance colored by single fins, traditional

A Line of Their Own: Christine Brailsford Caro – Christine Brailsford Caro creates gorgeous handshapes for a different kind of performance

[This is an excerpt from “A Line of Their Own”, featured in SURFER Vol. 59, Issue 3, which profiles six women who are carving unique paths through shaping, competition, big-wave surfing and beyond] “People ask if it’s a gimmick,” says San Diego-based shaper Christine Brailsford Caro, describing one of her more unconventional designs as we

Photo Gallery: South Swell Pulses from Cabo to Los Angeles – From Baja to Malibu and more, here are the choicest cuts from the swell that finally fed the wave-starved West Coast

Why does summer surf get such a bad rap? Southern California is only a couple weeks into the sultry season and it already feels like there has been better surf than all of last winter combined. The famished were finally able to feast–well, if you were lucky enough to snag some from the crowds–earlier this

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