Posts Tagged ‘SURF’

February 1st, 2014 | By | 7 Comments

SeaMade: Surfing 101 A series on surf, cross training and lessons on all things salty by guest blogger, Madison

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Whether you’re learning to surf or are a total veteran, there is nothing quite as good as having a lineup to yourself. The only way to become a better surfer is time surfing- literally standing up and riding a wave. Paddling around to scrounge for waves will make you stronger but time on your feet is what you really need to improve your surf skills. (more…)

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January 27th, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

This Just In: New Billabong Surf Capsule

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Once again, the design team at Billabong has struck the perfect balance between traditional, “scrumptious baby seal” black neoprene, and a “maybe if I tie it super tight it won’t fall off” bikini. Introducing the Spring ’14 Billabong Surf Capsule Collection. The retro-inspired line features Billabong’s tech neoprene in bold color blocks, south of the boarder stripes, and a neon safari print mix. Combine the cheeky cuts with Summer-in-January weather*, and you’ll most-certainly be able to look past the 60 degree water temps towards long beach days ahead.
View the Collection: Billabong Surf Capsule Wetsuits

*To the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, we’re sorry to rub sweet Pacific Ocean salt in the wound.

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January 26th, 2014 | By | 125 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 25th, 2014 | By | No Comments

SeaMade: On the Road Packing Essentials for a Surf Road Trip.

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Feeling antsy? There’s nothing quite like hitting the road with an uncharted destination. Knowing that there will be waves along the way and adventures to be had, but not knowing the precise destinations is all part of the fun on a road trip. I recommend having a general idea of where to go based on swells. Map out a flexible route that allows time for exploring and kicking back at camp- whether that’s at a campground of a lodge of some sort. Wherever you go, remember: “There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” – J. Kerouac

So get out there and do it in comfort…(read on for the list of packing essentials)
Pictured: Billabong Beach Pants | Lovely Bird Hat (more…)