Is it December already? Sure is, and with the holidays right around the corner we figured you could use some gift suggestions for the surf and outdoors-lover in your life.
Is sharing waves too much to ask? For many seasoned veterans of the sea who've put their time in, the answer is definitely, "yes."
The new Arc'teryx film, "Creation Theory," was a massive undertaking. Pairing surfing, snowboarding, and music, Pete Devries went to Iceland to make it.
Marcus Paladino is used to inclement weather. The surf photographer will sit in the rain for hours to get an all-time shot, and this is a perfect example.
The winter season is here, with plenty of snow on the ground and lifts are already turning at Ikon Pass resorts. And with the holidays just around the corner, there's plenty to get stoked about.
Lexi duPont has seen it all in the world of snow. She talks about her new Sister Summit and the new reality for professional skiers and snowboarders.
Spencer Whiting, with his follow-cam abilities, has created some of the most powerful snowboarding imagery ever. This is how he became the Gimbal God.
Ian Crane, one of the most affable surfers we've yet encountered, joins us for a quick surf, chat, and caffeine buzz in San Clemente.
We found the world's best joggers. After 18 months of testing, we ranked them on two critical dimensions: comfort and style.
Elephant Seal presents a radical new way to keep your surfboards watertight with a purpose-made adhesive sticker that gets you back in the water after a ding.
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Caity Simmers is at the forefront of a generational movement of female surfers set to change the face of competition. But Caity surfs for all the right reasons.
Mid-lengths are a popular surfboard model these days, given the ease with which they paddle and their performance. Here's a brief history of the design.
Want to keep warm and perform at your best while surfing in cold water? Look no further. These are the best wetsuits for surfing for 2022-2023.
When south swells roll through Malibu, Calif., every surfer within driving distance shows up to catch a wave. Angry chaos in the lineup should surprise no one.
Nate Hawes braved the cold to get this stunning image of a frozen A-Frame on a freezing January morning. It was worth the cold hands and chilly cheeks.
Brazilian filmer Diego Balestro recently released 'Code Red 2,' a look at this year’s historic Tahiti swell. But his own story might be even more inspirational.
Surfers are terrible, aren't we? We lie, we cheat, we're bad for the environment, and we're hypocrites. We yell at each other and take surfing too seriously.
Yes, tradition and history are keys to enjoying the surfing experience. But don't let that take away from your experience today. Surf in the moment.