Choosing the right fins for your surfboard - An essential Boardcave Surfboard Fin Guide. Choosing the right surfboard fins can be confusing. The fins you put in your favourite surfboard can play a huge role in how you surf. Some people even claim that your choice in surfboard fins can impact up to 40% of your performance. With so many different boards and different conditions, it’s important to think about different fins and fin setups that work the way the shaper intended the board to be ridden. Check out our definitive guide for buying the right surfboard fins. Read More
Tune in to John John Florence smooth jazz'n his way around one of his favourite heavy North Shore breaks. There's a strong resemblance between this wave to those in Western Australia. This explains why John John surfs so dominate in Margret River. In reality what would be a far from relaxing surf for most surfers looks like a leisurely paddle for John. Riding his trusty Pyzel - Ghost the same board that led him to victory of the recent Margret Rive Pro. Read More
Mr Brendon Gibbens looking very sharp with his new sponsor Banks on the nose of his board. In Volume 3 of the Gibbens Journal the young South African enjoys the splendour of his home land, threading the needle on some seemingly impossible tubes and find ramps in between. Brendon is one of those surfers that make the board they're riding look like magic. In this case it's the crafty work of Blake Peters of Panda Surfboards. Brendon is riding the Norts, check out the full range below!
Julian Wilson has got to be in the running for the best aerial surfer on tour. Finely tuned under his feet is a model which Julian and JS Industries shaper Jason Stevenson have been working on since 2013, The Air 17. Read More
The MISC. A free flowing, fast twin-fin with the ability to change your surfing style by forcing you to relax and let the drag-free nature of the twin fins do the work. Combine this with the already relaxed but radical surfing of Dylan Graves and you have one of the most fun looking surfboards money can buy. Read More
A title that's actually kind of true. For a surfer such as Craig Anderson who has always been directly in the spotlight, you could say that for the last two or so years he has been somewhat missing. Now with the release of this latest clip we get to see his tracks over the last couple of years artistically cut into a 20 minute short. It's safe to say Craig and his photographer Dave Fox are well travel visiting places like Portugal, Indo and Iceland to name a few...
It was no surprise to see Nathan Florence take the win at this years Red Bull Cape Fear. The young Hawaiian has been on fire in the world of big wave surfing. Nathan surfed fearlessly through every heat opting to do the hard yards and paddle into every wave he caught. Check out the post below from the Red Bull Surfing instagram highlighting his best waves. Read More
Hurleys first instalment of the new series "In and Around Water". Shot on the coast of the Caribbean island of Panama. Filipe Toledo, Barron Mamiya and Yadin Nicol go blow for blow in draining a-frame set-ups. Lefts, rights, closeouts and drops that only surfers like these guys could make. Read More
Throwback to 2013 when Red Bull took their surf team on a trip to tahiti for a series called Red Bull Decades. In this episode the likes of Julian Wilson, Kolohe Andino, Jamie O'Brien and Ian Walsh get their hands on an iconic 80's Town & Country twin fin called 'The Saint'. Read More