Sunday, September 26, 2010

Kinetik Racing Fin Co.

Kinetik Racing is a new fin company out of Australia and a product of JS surfboards combined with some Australian surfers (Occy, Parko, and Luke Egan) and the Irons Brothers. Similar to the RTM Hex material from Futures or the Performance Core construction from FCS, these fins have a flat inside foil for tail release and longer bases then typical templates for more drive. Right now we have the four templates above in either FCS or Future bases.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The best video ever...

Not only is it free, there was no hype preceding it, and its the gnarliest surfing going down.

With no further adieu, here's Dane... crushing.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Custom Channel Islands for Flea

It's a wedding cake.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


It won't be as good as Earl, but it will be better then today...

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Jimmy Slayed...

Normally I would bust Jimmy Slade's balls for riding a pop-out, but in this case I would need a 30-lb sledge to crack those giant brass balls like the Liberty Bell. Jimmy said he was taking off at 2nd bar and spraying people sitting on 1st bar R. Kelly style on the way to the grinding inside. Straight peeing on people. Real talk!!

Scenario: 5'6" twin fin vs South Carolina rogue
Photo: by James Beightol (pronounced like rectal, just saying)
Surfer: Luke Hamilton

Monday, September 06, 2010

What's a turn when you have all these fancy tricks?

Folly Beach offers up a lot of waves that allow for a single maneuver before it sizzles out. So why not use that one chance you have to bust? In this trailer, Chippa shows you the way.*
Music by WAVVES. Album: King of the Beach. Song: King of the Beach - Highly Recommended.

*Disclaimer: Trying these maneuvers will eventually lead you to landing on your board fins up. Trust me.

Thursday, September 02, 2010

My Name Is Earl

Anyone watching the news already knew there was a hurricane off the coast and to expect big surf.

Except for this guy. He pulled up to the beach expecting the usual Folly crap, but got so excited by what he saw that he ran all the way out to the line-up only to later realize he left his board in the car.

It was definitely a good day to surf.

But not a good day to sail.