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  Earlier this year C-Skins and team riders Oli Adams & Vincent Duvignac ventured across the Atlantic to the East Coast of Canada. The goal was to test new suits where the sea came as close to frozen as possible.   Kitted out in C-Skins Winter 15 suits and accessories like the new Dryknit lining, they braved blizzards, minus degrees and a frozen sea.   Read on for the interview.     Either side of the runway the snow was packed as high as the plane. Another plane actually crashed trying to land.   So what was the forecast looking like...
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For every five bad days of weather there is always one incredible one, which makes you realise what an amazing part of the world Iceland is. Ian Battrick is pretty much the most committed individual you’ll ever meet, whether that is surfing or creating his own wetsuit brand Lunasurf. Just taking a moment to soak up a brief glimpse of sun up here close to the Arctic Circle. This road has a 100 foot drop straight into a fjord, it’s icy as hell and the day before this was closed by an avalanche, it’s sketchy. Ian just taking a moment to check out...
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Surrounded on all sides by ocean and mountains, Wales is a land steeped in folklore. It’s a rugged country, filled with rugged people. Recently I’ve had the good fortune to get to know the ancient land of Cymru and its surf much better. There are times when Wales reminds me a lot of my home in North Cornwall, but then there are times when the land seems completely foreign to me, with enormous mountains rising out of the sea protecting the land behind them. It seems completely plausible to witness great fire-breathing dragons coiled around the summits of the mountains, shrouded...
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  • Six Species of Surfer

      Admit it. We're a weird bunch. Here are six of the creatures you'll find yourself mingling with in the line up.   (Illustrations by Andi Pratt. Check out more of his crazy work here and on Instagram.)     And all together:       So which one are you? Or are you a different beast entirely? Let us know in the comments below.   ...

    by Alfie Hayward
    Monday, 11 January 2016
  • Surfing Valentine's Cards ~ Now you can actually buy them!

      Surfers are sweet. Sometimes salty, but mostly sweet. And to prove it here are some surfing-themed Valentine's cards. You can buy them from our Zazzle shop. Or if you're skint, just copy and paste one of the images below onto your Valentine's Facebook page. If that doesn't do the trick, they clearly have no feelings. Click on any image to view it in the shop.   ...

    by Alfie Hayward
    Monday, 01 February 2016
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