What stands the Blawesome out from the crowd is the sheer volume of air it pushes through your suit – a whopping 60 cubic feet per minute!
Nels may be 10 decades old but keeps himself fit and active and with the help of his son and his friends and an adapted catamaran, Nels was able to take to the ocean and even ride a couple of small rolling waves.
As well as being large enough to hide away all known electronic car keys, the 5Gs can also be used to secure house keys, some mobile phones, credit cards and coins.
The O’Neill Blue Collection is a range of surfwear that is made from recycled plastic that has been washed up and collected from the sea and beaches.
There is no two ways about it, Felipe is a determined beefcake and the two videos are extremely amusing and entertaining, but can he nail the Blind Judge 5?
It is well known that wetsuits are laden with petrochemicals and are non biodegradable, and although a few are turned into bracelets or beer cosies, most simply end up getting slung out with the rubbish.
Giant waves continued to unload at Jaws as the week went on and some of the best watermen in the world couldn’t resist the opportunity to don their wetsuits and dig out the paddleboards, tow surfboards, windsurf boards and kite gear.
As quick as was humanly possible they slipped into their Dryknit lined C-Skins wetsuits and enjoyed a 3-4 hour session in the frozen sea.
All the ingredients within SETT Surf Rash Cream are natural, there are no harmful petroleum chemicals and, although not recommended it is even safe enough to eat!
Wrestling with his strapless board, Keahi didn’t just drop in and half heartedly hover under the lip, he grabbed a rail, tucked in and got well and truly kegged