Why you should never sell your first surfboard

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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The difference between spiritual, home, and local surf breaks

Surfing is a territorial activity that often triggers irrational behaviors. Let's take a look at the meaning of spiritual, home, and local surf spots.

Localism is a philosophical concept that is always present in the minds and actions of those who engage in surfing.

The surf industry continues to pictures the surfers and their dreams and adventures as something idyllic, ethereal, graceful and untouchable.

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Eastern Surf Magazine shuts down print edition

The most important surf publication on the US East Coast will no longer be available on the newsstands.

The last printed edition on the shelves was Issue 2013, released in September 2017. But the Eastern Surf Magazine (ESM) will continue alive and pumping, as it will make a full transition to the digital world.

Eastern Surf Magazine was founded by photographers Dick Meseroll and Tom Dugan in May 1991. The Floridian-based periodical was published eight times a year, and it was 100 percent free.

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It's never an easy thing to do, but sometimes we really need to sell a surfboard if we want to get our hands on a brand new stick, equipped with the latest shaping innovations.

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