An Ode to the Party Wave

“The Hold Downs”, directed by Ian Durkin in collaboration with Booooooom and Flexfit.

Welcome Back, Arkitip.


‘BACKDOOR’ – Issue No. 0061: Sliding in between the cheeks of mainline “surf culture.”

A Brothers Marshall + Arkitip Collaboration.

Jim Evans, Clare Rojas, Jack McCoy, Phranc, Mike Krim, Charles Smith, Barry McGee, Ian Perez, Lorenzo Fariello, Derek Marshall, Chad Marshall, Leroy Marshall, Tiana Marshall, El Salvadorans, Ned Evans, Bill Parr, Steven Vingua & Sage Vaughn

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Bird to the Beach


Birdwell and RVCA team up for a collection of surf goods for Spring 2016. This tote being a standout of the collaboration.

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Eddie Is Go


Crazy swells in Waimea today. Watch Live Now

40-foot faces


On Wednesday, surfing’s ballsiest will paddle out as the big waves come crashing into Waimea Bay. For the ninth time in its 30-year history, Eddie Would Go is a go.

Surfing a Freak of Technology

Kelly Slater and his wave pool.

The Hudson Canyon


The reason mainstream pro surfing rode into New York.


Robbie “Maddo” Maddison shreds Tahitian waves on his dirt bike for “Pipe Dream.”

Movie Sequence Psychedelics

WAVEFORM by Stefan Nadelman

Curt: The Story of Surfing’s Oldest Grom

Directed by Brendan Hearne

CURT is a short documentary about 50-year-old competitive surfer, Curt Harper. Diagnosed with autism as a child, Curt faced many challenges growing up, but one thing that came easy was his love for surfing. Over the past 21 years, Curt has become a beloved fixture in the Southern California surf scene, having played an unlikely, yet vital role in the growth and development of multiple generations of groms.

Surf Tees Involving Barry McGee


Club Man Surfwax T-shirt for Brothers Marshall

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Like a Segway for Surfing Golfers


The GolfBoard

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