“I love surfing and phyto-plankton. good to see eco-friendly surf gear/company. :-) funny to see surfers who pride themselves on being green and shit trashing the car parks with rubbish, shitting in the dunes and wrapping themselves in plastic.”

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Surfing in Oaxaca

About Oaxaca The state of Oaxaca (pronounced: wah-HA-ka) in Southern Mexico is home to what could be considered the most-famous beachbreak in the world: Zicatela Beach, aka Puerto Escondido. But few realize that the potentially fatal monster of a wave is flanked on both sides by incredible surf spots, many of which are well-kept secrets […]

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Wave Tribe SUP Hemp Boardbags

Wave Tribe SUP Hemp Boardbags

Introducing Our New Wave Tribe SUP Hemp Boardbags Designed in collaboration with Solace SUP our new Wave Tribe SUP Hemp boardbags are the most eco bags in the industry. These stand up paddle board bags combine Wave Tribe unique innovative design elements and eco style to bring you the best SUP Boardbag available. These awesome SUP […]

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Surfing Quepos Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

Surf Guide: Surfing Quepos + Manuel Antonio Costa Rica The Basics If you’re backpacking through Costa Rica, or are simply just hitting a few of the beaches in the southern Pacific region, then it’s likely that you’ve heard of either Quepos or Manuel Antonio. Both beaches offer a completely different vibe, so depending on what […]

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Surfing Nayarit Mexico

Surfing Nayarit Mexico Located in western Mexico on the Pacific Ocean, the State of Nayarit is an extremely scenic area, with lush tropical jungles, mangroves and deciduous forests lining the coast. Mostly undeveloped, the coastline of Nayarit has attracted hardcore surfers since the late ‘60s. For those early surf pioneers, the chance of scoring an epic […]

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Surfing Jalisco Mexico

About Jalisco Mexico Surfing Jalisco Mexico  is quite a phenomenon experience. The Jalisco region of Mexico contain a long series of beach breaks, river mouths, and the occasional reef, stretching from Puerto Vallarta in the north to the border of Michoacan in the south. Let’s get back to Jalisco, the birth place of Tequila . […]

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