Iceland is a pretty vogue place to travel to right now. Outside of the major population centers, there is not much in Iceland (unless you count the infinite natural beauty). Regardless things can get a little cabin feverish in the winter months. Dane and Tanner Gudauskas show us how to keep sane while chasing surf in Iceland.
If you have been following the Stab Mag crew the past couple days, you know those guys have been using some hard-hitting journalism to learn everything they could about the "secret" event at Kelly Slater's wave pool. It has been the worst kept secret that the best surfers in the world were going to descend on the wave pool for a test event after Trestles. This was confirmed yesterday morning when Kelly Slater announced on Facebook Live that it was on. Press were not allowed in and the event
The beaches of California, Hawaii, and the East Coast are no longer the place to find the perfect break or chase an endless break. The introduction and rapid progression of wake specific boats have led to an inland surf revolution. Now landlocked watersport enthusiasts can create their own endless summer wherever and whenever they please. At the forefront of this revolution is Mastercraft, a company that has been driving technical innovation in the wake world. Xstar, Mastercraft's original
It has been long rumored that the World Surf League was holding a secret competition today at the Kelly Slater Wavepool in Lemoore, California. Kelly has been working for years on the wave, painstakingly recreating mother nature's perfect creations. The rumored guest list includes the most well-known names in surfing including, Adrian Buchan, Adriano de Souza, Mick Fanning, Gabriel Medina, Jordy Smith, John John Florence, Joel Parkinson, Filipe Toledo, Matt Wilkinson and Kanoa Igarashi.