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- 03 November 2017 | Surfing
Legendary surf icon Jack O'Neill changed the sport of surfing forever when he decided to give surfers a protection against 50°F (10°C) waters. Discover his most inspiring quotations.
Jack O'Neill (1923-2017) is often called the inventor of the modern wetsuit. The man who designed the surfers' second skin so that they could stay in cold waters for hours.
O'Neill was born in Denver, Colorado. He served in the US Navy in World War II and then moved to Northern California where he began bodysurfing in the early 1940s.
- 02 November 2017 | Surfing
Taylor Lane shaped a surfboard made from 10,000 beach-littered cigarettes.
Last year, he produced a bodysurfing handplane using champagne corks, old t-shirts, fiberglass scraps, an old wetsuit, climbing ropes, and entropy resins for VISSLA's Creators & Innovators Upcycle Contest.
Now, the California surfer wanted to go beyond his own limits and spent countless hours collecting the number one item found on beaches and roadsides.
- 31 October 2017 | Surfing
How can you sell your first love? Why do you plan to get rid of the surfboard that got you into surfing? Why should a surfer sell his or her fondest memories?
There's nothing like our first wave. The feeling of walking on water is something will never erase from our waterlogged minds.
The stick which got us into stand-up wave riding is a memory that you don't want to forget. It's an evocation of a moment in time that should be relished and cherished forever.
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