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All of a quiver…

Slyder Cup 2.0: The Summer Solstice Friction Affliction Convention … it’s coming…    

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We are all connected…

In surfing we are all linked, the briney sea our connection and conductor. My friend Rachel called me from Western Austraila this week – she and her husband Richie Sills left our village and moved out there over a year ago, leaving a hole. She…

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Going the Distance

Words and image: Chris Nelson Your first custom steed is a thing of magic. And here was mine, light beneath my hands, Hollywood smile white against the coffee coloured waters. It glided effortlessly over the wall of advancing foam as I waded out into the…

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The Sketchbook Project

 Words and Images: Daisy Campbell   “They are simple tools – just a sketchbook and a pen, but the beauty is in the stories, the drawings and each person’s imagination brought to life in a little 5′ x 7′ book.” Illustrator Daisy Campbell on The Sketchbook…

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Man & Sea

There’s been a gentle tap, tap, taping in my inbox of of late, of stories and stills of slyde and stoke, of films of hand planes and hand crafted shapes, of those of us prone to surf… the Slyder Cup 2.0 is gathering momentum… but…

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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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