The latest Globe clip from Joe G, "Cult of Freedom: The Australia Part" is the high-energy dose of fun to distract you from your boring webcast woes.
Noa Deane drops "Candle": 5 minutes of video footage that's all the right kind of wax.
The Quiksilver crew makes the most of French beach breaks, but the youngest member of the Wright clan clearly possesses that je ne sais quoi.
The Shaper Studios Self Shape Surf Festival once again provided a chance for friends to surf a couple waves, listen to some music with a few beers, and talk a whole lot of shit until next year.
Our relationship to surfing changes – it ebbs and flows, comes and goes. But what's left when the initial honeymoon magic is long gone?
Bidding adieu to the competitive career of Taj Burrow, the tour's biggest man child, and perhaps the man who best exemplifies how surfing (and life) should be approached.
The 2016 Shaper Studios' Self Shape Surf Contest brought the same goods it always delivers: strange surfboards and inordinate amounts of good vibes.
The World Surf League season has had its predictable share of surfing this season, but the contest results have been anything but that so far.
Do you ever get tired of stylish surfing on non-thrusters? No, neither do I. Dave Rastovich ripping the latest Bing twin fin model.
Quiksilver calls The Eddie on, and then promptly calls it off, leaving us all with a 20 foot wave-sized hole in our hearts.
Winter in San Diego is no time to let logistics get in the way of scoring waves.
Are there words to describe how good John John's new movie is? Yes. Are they adequate? No. Read for yourself.
The latest little piglet from Taj and the ...Lost crew doesn't make friends with a talking spider, but it does pull into barrels really nicely.
This has nothing to do with Miss Cleo. Volcom's latest flick Psychic Migrations sends you to another surfing planet.
Asher Pacey has figured out the formula: a super fun twin fin, good waves in a remote location, and fresh fish (the edible kind).
The sandbars of North Carolina's Outer Banks can serve up the most delicious barrels when the mood strikes right. Hurricane Joaquin put them in quite the mood indeed.
Marine layer gray, bronze-skinned tan, the summer palette is as varied as the waves that come along.
Conner Coffin is proves that there's still a dedication to good power surfing among the rising generation.
You could do a lot worse as a way to decompress from Tahiti and warm up for Lowers. Julian Wilson shines in this Indo edit.
What happened to all the great art that used to adorn surfboards? A theory, an interview with Sketchy Tank, and a mean-looking fish.
Surf culture seems to have lost the artistic, rebellious side it cherished in its early days. Where did all the freaks and weirdos go?
Dear Dane: we done fucked up. But you gave us the best item on the buffet anyway.
Oh Rasta, that Byron Bay-dwelling, veggie-eating, yoga-loving rascal, who is apparently a complete beast is massive waves. Pumping Cloudbreak to himself? Yes, Rastovich will have that, thanks.
Film Fridays – what do you make from agave? Tequila? No, how pedestrian. Surfboards! Barry Snyder of Windigo Surfboards shows us how.
Film Fridays – Devon Howard laughs at your foolish shortboard turns.
This is no place for thrusters.
Nothing being sold, no unnecessary slo-mo, just video of Sage and Dimity ripping through playful waves in Bali.
OB drops the hammer on my head; chaos and destruction ensue.
Until Kai Neville's "Cluster" is available for us to shell out our hard earned iTunes gift cards on, these clips of the cast will have to keep us entertained.
Surfer magazine decrees there's no way surfing could possibly be spiritual, so I guess we should all give up and go home now. Oh, the click bait!
Dane declares the web clip is dead. So the hundreds surrounding us must be like The Walking Dead.
You may think winter is the gem of SoCal, but fall is the ticket to the show you've been missing.
"Strange Rumblings in Shangri La," the latest Globe & Joe G surf movie, is about the search for perfect waves in paradise. And it's worth every penny they're asking for.
There's surf in Ireland, and it's just as good as the beer and whiskey.
Shaping your own board isn't as hard as you think. That's a lie, but you should grab a blank and a planer and do it anyway.
He's not on tour anymore, but Taylor Knox is still on rail and as sharp as ever.
What happens when the ASP "Dream Tour" looks more like the, "we'll take what we can get tour"?
Nothing says 4th of July like these surfers shredding from sea to shining sea.
Why do we spend so much time obsessing about what we're riding? Better make sure your tail pad matches your fins.
All Reef's new movie 'De Passage' is missing is red beanies and blue tracksuits.
Pack your single-fins and cafe bikes, Deus and Raen are taking you on a little jaunt through Indo.
Winter in San Diego means (relatively) cold barrels. Except this year, when it almost didn't.
This article deserves an 8.2 from the judges: Why competitive surfing is getting the speed wobbles.
Early, cold, glassy, and toying with my emotions.
Taylor Knox retires from the world tour. I'm sad, and you should be, too. Here's why.
A sizable swell hits a ready-and-waiting San Diego on the first weekend of December. Solstice be damned, winter starts now.
In which I do my worst impression of Hunter Thompson covering a motorcycle race, by getting absolutely no pertinent results, and a smattering of useless observations.
When it comes right down to it, surfing did for me what people have been trying to get me to do for years: shut the hell up and enjoy the ride.