Spending time with your dad doing rad stuff you love together is definitely some of the best time ever. We all do it our own special way, but Australian surfer Taj Burrow’s recent trip to the South Pacific with his dad looks pretty prime. The two ride some pretty epic barrels together, and its hard to have a bad time in those cerulean blue waters. While Taj is recently retired from the ASP pro tour, his old man knows a thing or two about boardriding too.
is a film that pairs surfing’s living legends with today’s most progressive young surfers. The film is directed by award-winning filmmaker Taylor Steele, produced by Teton Gravity Research (TGR) in association with Garage Productions. will explore the delicate relationship between people, time, and place, showcasing surfing icons from different generations in diverse locations around the world. The film will premiere May 4th in New York City followed by a world tour. a film by Taylor Steele,
California's Jared Mell walks down memory lane — and all up and down his longboard — in this 1960’s-style surf edit. The nostalgic short was shot by George Trimm while the two made their way around Central America on assignment with Banks, a sustainable surf apparel company known for its classic, timeless looks. You can read more about Central American folklore, how they nailed the soundtrack in a single jam sesh, and what happens when you pour too much rum in your canteen in this interview
Over 40 years since its end, the Vietnam War remains one of the most controversial military conflicts in American History. While there was never an official declaration of war, the American government sent over nine million men to Vietnam over the course of 20 years, 48,000 of which never returned home. While images of the time period are typically tied to protests back home, the California Surf Museum opened a new exhibit that honors a little-known part of Vietnam War history. In 1968,