The Cleanest Line

Surfing

LOADING
ERROR
My Best Surf Session

My Best Surf Session

Jun 30, 2014 June 30, 2014

By Head-high peaks stacked in perfect rows, warm clear water, and glassy surface conditions were not the reasons for the best surf session of my life. Sometimes it’s about more than that. If you were asked to describe your most memorable surf session, what would you say? Would you… Read More

Imagine

Imagine

By Gavin McClurg   |   Apr 17, 2014 April 17, 2014

By Gavin McClurg, photos by Jody MacDonald Sailing around the world isn’t new. Historians recently learned that Chinese merchant ships in the latter 15th century, which were grander, faster, and better equipped than Spanish and Portuguese fleets (Magellan, Columbus, Gama, etc.), used trading routes that vary today… Read More

Home

Home

By Patrick “Patch” Wilson   |   Mar 28, 2014 March 28, 2014

By Patch Wilson Growing up in Cornwall, in the UK, it’s easy to feel blessed when you’re young. I thought we had the best waves ever, and in some ways it’s true. When you’re a kid, the waves at home are all you really need. But quickly the realization… Read More

Wooden Big-Wave Guns: Two Techniques, Same Objective

Wooden Big-Wave Guns: Two Techniques, Same Objective

By Tony Butt   |   Feb 13, 2014 February 13, 2014

By Nowadays there are a lot of people making wooden surfboards. Environmentally it makes a great deal of sense. Wood is a natural, non-toxic material that is infinitely less harmful to work with than polyester, epoxy, polyethylene or polystyrene, and that can be assimilated back into the environment once… Read More

Weeknights on the Bowery

Weeknights on the Bowery

Dec 9, 2013 December 9, 2013

By October 15 was an idyllic autumn evening in the Northeast, cool and clear at the intersection of Bowery and Bleecker. As the sun set, amps and guitars and drum kits and crates of audio gear rolled through the front doors of the old CBGB gallery, awakening… Read More

Things Unsaid

Things Unsaid

By Belinda Baggs   |   Oct 25, 2013 October 25, 2013

By Belinda Baggs, photos by Adam Kobayashi There are moments when words don’t seem to be enough, when we’re afraid they won’t do justice or that they might even scare the moment away. So instead we stay silent, keeping our thoughts and feelings to ourselves, and just hope that… Read More

Small Waves

Small Waves

By Thorpe Moeckel   |   Aug 27, 2013 August 27, 2013

By Thorpe Moeckel Catching small waves, like catching small trout or raising food on a small scale, involves a spectrum of intricacies. It’s true that you can’t beat the gut-wrenching pleasures of surfing larger, more powerful waves. But we know that. We know all about big, groundswell waves and… Read More

LOADING
ERROR