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October 16th, 2014 | By | No Comments

Chicks Dig Flannels A Tribute to a Girl in Her Dude's Shirt

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There’s few sexier things than a hot chick in a dude’s shirt. No matter how disheveled and partied-out a girl may feel, that oversized top of yours magically makes her legs look longer and probably means something epic just went down.

For this reason we recommend keeping a musty man shirt on hand for that certain occasion.  Megan here embodies this trend, and her 10K instagram followers agree. She prefers the plush cuts of Tavik and their modern beach style. Check out new Tavik at SWELL and follow that little goddess @meganedward_  Photos: @676plustax (more…)

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October 16th, 2014 | By | No Comments

Finding Bluegrass Roots in a Big City

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Banjo playin’ cowboys on a farm in the South; that’s the image that came to mind when I first thought of Bluegrass music. Boy, was I pleasantly surprised… This past weekend I was able to enjoy an experience that has forever evolved my understanding of this rising genre of music; The Bluegrass Situation. (more…)

October 16th, 2014 | By | No Comments

#SWELLivin

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Your body is rad.

In fact every single human body is more than rad. It’s remarkable, and capable of soooooo many incredible things. Case in point: Freedivers that can hold their breath for 5 minutes, marathon runners, rock climbers, powerlifters, hip hop dancers, Kobayashi, and of course, surfers. But, even non-pro or extreme athletes (ordinary joe’s like myself) are cable of amazing things. Another case in point: Beating personal bests in a timed mile, hiking a 14’er, completing a triathlon, or rehabbing from a life altering injury to being better than before.

And those are just a few examples off the top of my head. (more…)

October 13th, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Behind the Cover | Ryan Craig Follow The Light Winner Talks Us Through the October Covershot

Getting the Shot: When you’re shooting a wave in the distance and there is a nice bluff behind it like this, you want to compose the shot with the wave on the bottom third of the frame and the bluff taking up the top two-thirds.

Surfer: Michael Dunphy
Camera: Canon 7D
Wave: Salina Cruz
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