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Film Review: Bustin’ Down the Door

By Jeremy Gosch and Shaun Tomson To see the million-dollar surf kids of today, you’d think the WCT was just naturally meant to be – every...

Film Review: Bustin’ Down the Door
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Book Review: Don’t Fear the Shark?

Author: Jonathan Kathrein Illustrations by: Robert Singler Jr. BookSurge Publishing In August of 1998, when he was 16, Jonathan Kathrein was boogie-boarding at Stinson Beach, north of San...

Book Review: Don’t Fear the Shark?
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Save The Waves/Patagonia Special Edition T-shirt

Exciting news: the Save The Waves/Patagonia special edition t-shirt, ‘Save Cobquecura, Chile’, with original artwork by Chris Del Moro, is now available online and in...

Save The Waves/Patagonia Special Edition T-shirt
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Sutsu Ethical Clothing

Sutsu is a new freesports lifestyle-clothing brand with strong ethical and environmental beliefs. Born from a desire to create a brand that has a positive...

Sutsu Ethical Clothing
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Full Circle

Words by: Tom Pohaku Stone Photography by: David Pu’u You know, people ask me, “How did you learn to surf?” and, “What was your first surfboard?”...

Full Circle
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Into the Big Wave: Dungeons

Words by: Jennifer Stern If you were a student in the early 1980s, you probably played that fabulous precursor to computer games and play stations, Dungeons...

Into the Big Wave: Dungeons
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OceanGybe Update: New Zealand to Indonesia

After spending 2007 sailing across the majority of the vast Pacific Ocean, from Mexico to New Zealand, the OceanGybe Expedition team of Hugh...

OceanGybe Update: New Zealand to Indonesia
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Surfing in the Olympics: My Point of View

Words by: Fernando Aguerre The IOC and contemporary sports In the past few years the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has dramatically evolved in its view of...

Surfing in the Olympics: My Point of View
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Greener Rashie and Rubber

This is for those welcome days when the water starts warming up again and it’s time to trade in the old full-suit for a rubber...

Greener Rashie and Rubber
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Waterproof Housing on a Budget

You’re heading on a surf trip and wanna take some action photos from the lineup. One glitch: Your camera isn’t waterproof. No worries. Just slip...

Waterproof Housing on a Budget
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Rob's Planet Friendly Flip-Flops

Despite the flood of shoe manufacturers hopping on the eco bandwagon lately, finding green footwear that’s both cool and comfortable can still be a tall...

Rob's Planet Friendly Flip-Flops
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I am an addict

Words by: Conrad J. Comer I am an addict. A man driven by a recurring compulsion to engage in a culturally misunderstood activity that contributes no...

I am an addict
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Finisterre Launches Limited Edition Apparel

Finisterre has spent the last six years flying under the radar, honing their production, fabric and unconventional approach business. This past year, they decided...

Finisterre Launches Limited Edition Apparel
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Why Mess with Perfection?

Words and photos by: Will Henry My first trip to New Zealand, in 1987, was on the way back from an extended, debaucheryladen trip through Australia....

Why Mess with Perfection?
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Eco-Warriors in New Zealand

The Surfer’s Path’s favorite eco-warrior team heads to New Zealand to drop in on a few waves… and Parliament. Words by: James Pribram Photgraphy by: Will Henry Every...

Eco-Warriors in New Zealand
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Tiki Prodigy Heated Wetsuit

In winter 2008 Tiki will release their first heated wetsuit. The idea for a heated suit has been around for some time but their beautifully...

Tiki Prodigy Heated Wetsuit
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The Surfer's Path Green Wave Awards 2008

This year’s award winners are chosen from nominees that you, the readers, said we should consider. Every year an ever-expanding list of people, groups, companies...

The Surfer's Path Green Wave Awards 2008