sábado, 3 de agosto de 2019

Gato Herói in NZ


Myles Doughman, Harry Reid and Andy Findlay enjoying a long session on a pretty chilly day (it snowed nearby that same night) on the South Island of New Zealand. Harry was riding his CRÈME Playdate, Myles was on Gato Herói Chop Op, Andy was surfing the Smooth Operator model and all the guys were wearing Gato Herói 3/2 fullsuits. The clip was filmed and edited by Jessamyn Jean and set to 'Bad Soy' by NZ locals New Gum Sarn (courtesy of Spunk records).

quinta-feira, 1 de agosto de 2019

Nic Von Rupp - Desert Point Drone Footage



Colin Whitbread

Torren Martyn - Norduland - An arctic surfing adventure


Noudurland is a film about going surfing in the harsh, cold waters of the North Atlantic. It follows three friends from the subtropical northern rivers of NSW Australia, surfers Torren Martyn and Laurie Towner, as well as needessentials founder and designer Ryan Scanlon. They travel to isolated, snow covered coastlines in search of remote waves and Filmmaker Ishka Folkwell, beautifully captures these vast and stunning landscapes on screen. With an original soundtrack composed for the film by Headland, glaciers, mountains and powerful icy surf all come to life in this adventure to the far north. Torren Martyn's narration throughout the film offers a personal reflection on the trip and a real glimpse into the challenges and rewards of traveling to frozen, distant lands in search of surf.

terça-feira, 23 de julho de 2019

Torren Martyn - TESORO ENTERRADO - Full Film


Torren Martyn - TESORO ENTERRADO - Full Film from needESSENTIALS on Vimeo.

Surfer: Torren Martyn
Film Maker: Perry Gershkow
Surf Boards: Simon Jones: Morning of the earth
Produced by: needessentials
Music: 
Gibson Kente - Saduva
Thrupence - How to be invisible
Midlife - How long does it take
Sandy's Band - I and I
Torren Martyn describes how this film came about.
"The little mission down south to warm water came around as a bit of a surprise to me too, I’d originally planned to just spend a week or two with my girlfriend Aiyana in California and pictured surfing knee to waist high Malibu at best.
One idea led to another as most good times do and before we really knew it Aiyana and I were rolling south of where we were currently camped out driving in awe through these beautiful snow capped mountains in the Eastern Sierras on a pretty straight mission south to a serious contrast of scenes, we were pretty excited!
A good mate Perry Gershkow was able to juggle a few commitments around up in his neck of the woods of SF and before we really had too much time to think we kind of just woke up the next day deep in central America, it was a classic little scenario.
I was travelling with two boards, a 7’2 and a 6’10. It’s so rare that I break a board, maybe one or two a year? anyhow I managed to break them both in the first couple of days.I guess I was rattled and disheartened when the first broke and then when the second went, I was kind of just baffled like haha really? luckily the local guys there have probably stitched together more boards than anyone anywhere else in the world so it was a pretty efficient little turn around, I was so grateful for that. Thankfully my mate Luke lent me his little 5’7 and a 4’11 for a little wiggle in between.
The waves we had down there were absolutely incredible, sort of mind boggling at times. It’s humbling the energy in the ocean and the way the sand and currents dictated where and what waves we surfed. They were there one day and gone the next. I think that was the beauty of it too, we didn’t really have any expectations or too much of a plan, things just fell in to place and I wouldn’t change a thing.
For me it was one of those spontaneous experiences made up of the combination of good people, the land, weather and a little luck on our side that are a friendly little reminder of just how lucky we all are to have this to share.

sábado, 20 de julho de 2019

Matinais Longboard

This video shows the early morning Longboard surfing ritual of Porto Locals. 
Classic boards and cars mixed with the sunrise light. 
The surfer Philippe De Goyri is the mastermind behind Yellowood Brand and local from Matosinhos - Portugal.
Camera shots and music all made by fellow surfer friends from same city.

Longboard: Yellowood Tronco 9´10

sexta-feira, 19 de julho de 2019

El Patron

Ah, MexiLogFest - a single fin longboard contest south of the border, where dogs roam the beaches free of the confinement of leashes, as do the surfers. The event itself is much more than a competition: its a week-long celebration of the Mexican logging lifestyle in proper fiesta fashion. The camaraderie is unlike that of anywhere else, bringing together some of the most radical people from around the globe. And if you are lucky enough to go, you know that none of this is possible without the man behind it all, the head honcho, El Patrón: Israel Preciado.

terça-feira, 16 de julho de 2019

quarta-feira, 3 de julho de 2019

Devon Howard : NobodySurf Originals

Devon Howard at Malibu, Rincon, and Lowers, 2018 ~ 2019.
Longboard and the Midlength Master. Devon knows how to put it all together nicely in the water. “Calm and Corrected,” that’s the words I think of for Devon. We’ve been friends for 20 years and have really good time each session - whether we scored good waves or not. (Tatsuo Takei)

- Surfboards - 
"The Keeper 9'9" by Thomas Surfboards
"The Keeper 9'10" by Thomas Surfboards
"Russ Short Bonzer 3-Fin Round-Pin 7'2" by Campbell Brothers Surfboards
"Howard Special Mini 7'1" by Donald Takayama
"Huevo Ranchero 6'10" by FCD Surfboards

quarta-feira, 24 de abril de 2019

Australia 2019


A Californian samples Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, 2019 - supported by Dark Seas 
Film: Josh Varela. Art & edit: River Covey. Music: The Mysteries. “I Don’t Know a Woman 666”

terça-feira, 23 de abril de 2019

Intermission Noseriding


"Intermission" - 5 minutes of Jai doing what he does. Surf footage by Johnny Big Daddy, time-lapse shots by Jai. Music by Esben and the Witch

quinta-feira, 4 de abril de 2019

Printemps avec Margaux


The beginning of spring is not always determined by fixed calendar dates. The phenological definition of spring relates to biological indicators, such as the blossoming of a range of plant species and the special smell of soil that has reached the temperature for micro flora to flourish.
For us, surfers and ocean lovers, spring starts when days get longer, winter storms stop and classic longboard sessions come back.
This time, spring began a couple of weeks ago, when we met Margaux for a classic surf in Biarritz.
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Filmed and edited by Martxel Txintxurreta
Music: Petite Fleur by Petula Clark
Supported by deflowsurf.com