From big city apartments to huts on the beach, these beautiful homes provide a haven for surfers after a long day of catching waves.
With 2016 behind us, we look at some our best surf stories of the year - celebrating those that kept riding the waves no matter how the tides turned
You need sturdy stock to surf Scotland’s North Shore, but those who went in first are the hardiest of them all. This is a story of cold water pioneers.
For Kadiatu Kamara, surfing is an escape from the devastating effects of civil war and the Ebola epidemic which swept her country.
Beneath the brotherhood and bonhomie, is surfing tinged with a race problem? Tetsuhiko Endo is ready to ask questions.
After opting against medical school and turning his back on convention, surfboard shaper Chris Christenson dedicated himself to a path of creative restlessness.
Showcasing the raddest surf and skate movies from across the globe, the riotous MIMPI 2016 kicks off in Rio de Janeiro, November 12-15. Here’s what not to miss.
Writer and former pro-surfer Jamie Brisick guides on a gonzo tour through surf culture, knife attacks and Japanese porn.
We head to Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, to catch up with the enduring living legend of Bruce Gold.
Artist John Van Hamersveld immortalised summer for generations to come. And he did it all by hand.
Director George Trimm dispatches surfers Alex Knost, Jared Mell and Harrison Roach on a suicide mission to eliminate a global criminal network.
Finisterre co-founder Ernest Capbert shares what he learned from a decade at the pioneering surf brand and why surfers make great entrepreneurs.