I waited year and a half for a next surf trip. Have I learned how to surf better thanks to that trip? No. But I’ve learned something much more important.
The best way to buy a wetsuit is to go to a surf shop. But what if your nearest surf shop is about thousand miles away? You can wait to your next surf trip or you can take the risk and buy your piece of rubber online. How to do it successfully? Here are my tips.
In the first part of the series I wrote about spots in Europe where you can catch some sun and waves in Winter. In this part I suggest which European spots are worth considering as a Spring surfing destination.
As someone who needs to travel to surf I have developed 5 rules of packing. Thanks to them I always take exactly what I need.
Here’s what comes out when a good photographer meets bad mood combined with the ugly truth about 2018: landlocked.
Which muscles are involved in surfing? Here is a visual guide showing the most important muscles used to catch waves.
When the North Atlantic generates first autumn storms its European coast becomes a promise land for surfers. Locals celebrate. Land locked surfers starts to pack and hit West, toward the ocean.
No waves, no ocean breeze, no sea access. None of them was planned in the project.
How to give your office “uniform” a more beach-like touch while maintaining elegance? My answer is: a good mix of old proven marine style classics.
In the search for waves in Europe during summer I choose non-obvious therefore interesting directions. I’m skipping France, Spain and Portugal (best for beginners and intermediate surfers at this time of year according to some rankings) in favour of Great Britain and… Poland.