We love surfboards. They are the craft that allow us to glide, slide, shred, play, and express ourselves while riding waves. This section is dedicated to all things surfboards, fins, and other related equipment.
Anne loves midlengths and wants to tell you all about why. She discusses a few different midlengths, when she chooses to ride them, and includes some tips on how to get through sections, do a cutback, and paddle out.
Xiquiu explains the different parts of a surfboard. If you have never surfed before or maybe took a lesson on a foam board that was just focused on getting you standing up, this is an important video to watch to build your foundational knowledge of surfing.
How to Wrap Your Leash and Carry Your Board Like a Pro
Marin and Anne demonstrate a new technique for how to wrap your leash around the tail of your board. I bet you haven't seen this method! They also discuss a few different techniques for carrying your board even if it's too wide to fit under your arm.
Log vs. High Performance : The Difference Between Longboards
Holly and Christy compare two longboards and point out the features and design aspects that are different between them. If you've wondered what makes a longboard a log, or if that's what you should be riding, this is a good place to get those questions answered.
How Does a Surfboard Work and What Should You Ride?
Ever wondered how a surfboard works? There are so many little details like bottom contour, rail shape, tail design, materials, size, volume, etc. They all work together and can be very confusing. If you're wondering about any of those things including how to choose the right board for you, this i...
What is a Mid-Length and Should You Be Riding One?
Not a longboard, not a shortboard, it's a mid-length! Holly and Christy continue the discussion about surfboards, this time focusing on mid-lengths. What are they, how do they surf, what are the different fin setups? Which one would you choose?
Do you think shortboards are the coolest boards out there? If so and your goal is go as short as possible, let's discuss why that is, why you might want to reconsider, and how to step down slowly if that's your goal.
Christy Carr is an amazing human and shaper that is super knowledgeable about surfboards. She and Holly discuss the differences in feel and performance between a longboard with a single fin vs. one with side bites.
Holly and Christy break down one of the most unusual boards in the quiver : the mini simmons. It goes fast and looks weird, but why else might you want to add one of these to your quiver? We'll answer in the video.
Whether you have a new white board or are giving an older board a makeover, spray paint is an easy and fun way to add a personalized touch. In this video, Holly pulls bamboo and palm leaves from her backyard in Costa Rica and demonstrates how to use them as stencils. You don't need a lush tropica...