Archive for the ‘GOODS FOR GUYS’ Category

January 31st, 2014 | By | 53 Comments

Valentine’s Gifts for Her…That Are Actually for You

Sharing is caring, right? Then debunk the Hallmark holiday by gifting a practical present that you and her can both enjoy. Make sure to write an extra sentimental card in case she’s prone to see through your plot to re-gift these surf essentials to yourself.

Here’s our picks for mutually beneficial gifting this Valentines Day

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1. UNISEX SUNGLASSES -New RAEN styles are fresh for the taking

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January 27th, 2014 | By | 82 Comments

On Trend: All Matching Everything

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All-over print are all-around favorites in the eternal summer of 2014. The origins can be traced to the Canadian Tuxedo trend of 2010 when every surfer sportied chambray, then Catchsurf introduced the elastic waist Cali pantsuit.

Now the trend has put a twist on every article of clothing in your kit, here’s our favorite locked down looks:

1. Billabong: A reinvented era of hula style laced with a camo color-story but preserving the birds of paradise.

Inspired by: Shane Dorian’s bow hunting missions around him home on Maui

Shown: (Above) PX1 Sonar Boardshort, Hunter Hat, Apex Backpack (more…)

January 26th, 2014 | By | 103 Comments

Yoga for Surfers 5 Yoga Poses to Improve Your Surfing

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Looking to up your game a bit? Resident yoga instructor, Jennifer Lowe shared with us a few yoga moves to help take your surfing to the next level. Bust out your performance boardshorts and follow along… (more…)

January 21st, 2014 | By | 69 Comments

Insta Surf | Best POV Housings Setting the Beachy Benchmark in Waterproof Camera Cases

1. WATERSHOT iPhone 5 -Waterproof up to 195 ft deep

Instagram shot by Dustin Wise, Assistant Photog to Chris Burkard

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Pros: Wide angle lens
No file transferring needed to post instagrams
Heavy-duty colorful case

Don’t Ever: Shoot without a leash or lanyard (more…)