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Jamie O’Brien Surfs Impressive Man-Made River Waves

It’s starting to become more apparent that some of the best waves don’t necessarily have to be found in the ocean. Although some of the best waves are found in Hawaii, Jamie O’Brien shows us that surfing can be found in many different forms. The cool thing about all this variety is that it allows the greater public to engage in the sport more than they would initially.

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Capture the excitement and unorthodox methods of “River Surfing” in this 3-minute clip. You might be able to even see Jamie’s friend taking a bite out of something special towards the end. 

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Must Watch: Kai Lenny Hydrofoils Nazaré
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Must Watch: Kai Lenny Hydrofoils Nazaré

Must Watch: Kai Lenny Hydrofoils Nazaré

Fact: Watching Kai Lenny grace the waters of the world with his hydrofoil never gets old. We’d count him among not only the most skilled but also the most creative surfers in history, and he proves that yet again with this edit from the biggest and baddest spot in the world: Nazaré, Portugal. RELATED: Kai Lenny's 18/19 Season Edit Is Mental With a clip that starts off with some warp-speed big wave hydrofoiling and continues with a casual mid-wave 360 (1:16) and plenty more, Lenny shows that

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‘Of the Sea’ Highlights Swimsuits Made from Plastic Waste
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‘Of the Sea’ Highlights Swimsuits Made from Plastic Waste

‘Of the Sea’ Highlights Swimsuits Made from Plastic Waste

Discarded plastic bottles and old fishnets are more than trash to designer Katherine Terrell. Through her imagination, they become recycled swimsuits. Jeux De Vagues is a sustainable line of swimwear, created by Terrell, to address the alarming amount of plastic pollution in our oceans. The sassy swimsuits are made from ECONYL, a sustainable alternative to Nylon.  RELATED: China to Ban All Single-Use Plastic The short film  is a beautiful insight into what inspired the brand. It also dives

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The Rip Curl Women Take on the North Shore
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The Rip Curl Women Take on the North Shore

The Rip Curl Women Take on the North Shore

In the early days of surfing, it was rare to see groups of women out in the lineup. Many female surfers grew accustomed to being a lone wolf in intimidating surf spots like Oahu’s North Shore. Thankfully things have changed drastically. Today, if you head out to breaks like From Off The Wall or Waimea Shore, you just might see a group like the Rip Curl Women charging in the water. In the latest episode of Rip Curl’s series , the team gets candid about what it means to be women in the water