Ladies Chasing Mavericks

Dec 6, 16 • News & Events

Mavericks, a wave that breaks only when it wants to- off the coast of Northern California has been a wave that served only the bravest of big waves surfers for the last 20 or more years.   Bianca Velenti drops into a wave at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. (Sachi Cunningham)   Since the late... Read More

And then the shaper asks: polyurethane, bio-materials, recycled, or transparent?”

Dec 5, 16 • News & Events

The typical surfboard is made out of very toxic materials and hundreds of thousands are made every year for us surfers who love and adore spending time with Mama Ocean. These toxic materials make their way back into beautiful nature, but get stuck in landfills, pollute bodies of water, and send... Read More


Dec 5, 16 • News & Events

The last week of November brought some swell for our group of chicas this week. Sunday shaped up to be a fun first day at Playa Remanso, where the group worked to master their pop-up. Within the first hour, everyone was working on their stance and standing up to ride the wave into shore.   Amy and... Read More

Laughing, Surfing and TONAS

Nov 29, 16 • News & Events

This weeks group was a perfect mix between beginners and advanced beginners. Sunday started us off with some offshore winds and perfect little waves at Playa Remanso, allowing each of the girls to get comfortable with their popup, as well as the advanced beginners catching waves on the outside.... Read More

Recap of Day 1 at the Maui Womens Pro

Nov 28, 16 • News & Events, Newsletter

The final stop of the 2016 Samsung World Surf League Womens Championship tour took off earlier this week. Although this years champion was already crowned (Tyler Wright of Australia) the remaining question is who will be following closely behind her to take 2nd and 3rd place.  Day 1 brought the... Read More

True CHICABRAVAs- The Resano Sisters

Nov 28, 16 • News & Events

Two sisters from Nicaragua’s own Playa Popoyo entered into the 2016 Central American Surf Games held in Playa Jacó, Costa Rica this month. According to the Inertia, these little girls love being in triple overhead surf, being towed into big waves, and are a part of a surfing family. The... Read More

Why aren’t Women’s Waves as Worthy?

Nov 27, 16 • News & Events

The Van’s Triple Crown was held this past week with the Hawai’ian Pro at Haleiwa (Nov. 12-23). Everyone who pays even the slightest attention to pro surfing will have their eyes trained on Oahu for the next six weeks, eager to find out whether Gabriel Medina can defend his crown. But,... Read More

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