One more finless slippery shot for today. The front side board slide is one of the greatest perks of ditching the fins. The Godfather @farfieldfreefriction demonstrates here, caught by @alanvangysen.
Here is @emicataldi getting all turned up on a recent foray to Sierra Leone and the Turtle Islands with photographer John Callahan and the @surfexplore team.
Says Emi: “This is me, Emiliano Cataldi, at River Number 2, riding what has become one of my favourite travel boards, a 5’3” mini-Simmons type twin-keel shaped by my good friend Connor Lyon from Santa Barbara. Regardless of the waves, this board makes every surf really fun, especially on a small, clean day like this one. Order one for your quiver today!”
See more from this trip on www.slidemagaizine.com now.
Swiped this image from @birdssurfshed. It is too good not to share. Master Wayne Rich brought some freshies down to The Shed, commissioned shapes by @joeljitsu with lines and curves studied from a few vintage boards owned by the Bird man. We can only imagine the radness this collective came up with now.
In case you haven’t visited Bird’s Surf Shed in San Diego, do yourself a favor and go. Like tomorrow. The museum slash shop is Legend. No two ways about it, this space is a must see. @woodisaac @danielaugustgraham