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Irish Winter – Noah Lane

King of the Fins Noah Lane – from the Gold Coast to the Emerald Isle ripping up a bounty of jewels along the way…

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Upcycled ‘nanas AKA Banana Bread

When life gives you over ripe bananas, make banana bread and other such profound, life-affirming, stomach-filling statements from the cliff top on another gale-force day. You will need: 3 ripe bananas (2 mashed to a pulp, 1 roughly mashed to chunks) 180g plain flour 2…

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Salt of the Earth

There is more to Fergal Smith than gaping barrels, hard charging and a life aquatic…filmmaker Kev Smith lifts the curtain on one of Ireland’s most celebrated surfers as he goes back to his roots in County Mayo where he discovered his passion for growing organic…

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Only A Surfer Knows The Feeling…

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Things Surfers Talk About When They Are Away…

“This fritter reminds me of a wave I surfed in the Mentawaiis.” “Oh, it reminds me of a shark I saw in the Marshall Islands.” Words and image: Demi Taylor Things surfers talk about when they are away… Sharks Waves Waves they’ve surfed Sharks Waves they’d…

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The Ho Ho Hoe Down!

  Words: Demi Taylor Images: As credited And so the first annual X-Mass Surf came to pass. Clad in 5mm of neoprene, we decked Porthtowan’s sun-kissed winter line up with stoke and shakas, the hand plane Ho Ho Hoe-downers were out in force as were the…

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Northing

Saturday 30th November sees the launch of  ’Northing‘ the first solo show by writer and surfer Dan Crockett, of The Kook fame. Dan paints the connections between things and his exhibition hosted by Strong Adolfo’s, Atlantic Highway showcases his work painted in the outer Orkney Islands during Autumn…

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The art of the matter

Rasta x del Moro magic at Lennox Head including a mighty fine slice of mat riding, courtesy of filmmaker Jack Coleman.      

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Skim Deep

Floridian Brad Domke redefines the realms of skim-boarding possibility… towing in at huge Mexican Pipe on a small piece of ply, throwing down pop shuv-its, exiting the barrel backwards… new category for Slyder Cup 2014 perhaps?    

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Sedimentary

Words and images: Mat Arney I turned out one of my pockets earlier and dumped half a handful of sand all over the floor. This isn’t an uncommon scenario – not only does sand get in my pockets, but it seems to end up in my…

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