Menu
Categories

Posted: 2019-12-18 17:24:45
surfsimply.com
The Fish, designed by San Diego kneeboarder Steve Lis in 1967, is one of the most versatile and enduring surfboard designs going. Originally designed to provide the increased speed and manoeuvrability that Lis required to ride the hollow, punchy waves of his home breaks, the fish’s most obvious feat...
Posted: 2019-12-18 17:01:31
surfsimply.com
Despite having 2,500 kilometres (1,600 miles) of coast along the western edge of the Indian Ocean, Mozambique, which sits between South Africa and Swaziland to the South and Tanzania to the North (with inland borders with Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi), is an oft-overlooked surf destination. Surf-wise...
Posted: 2019-12-03 17:51:43
surfsimply.com
The enormous negative impact of the exploration for, and exploitation of, fossil fuels on the environment, climate and communities is, now, truly undeniable. In the case of offshore drilling, the picture is crystal clear: drill a hole on the seabed and at best it will lead to the continued emission ...
Posted: 2019-11-25 09:55:47
surfsimply.com
For surfing, as with for any physical activity, an appropriate level of mobility is key in order to maximise performance, make improvements, and practice regularly without being encumbered by injury.   What is Mobility? Mobility is the ability to apply strength across the entire range of motion. All...
Posted: 2019-11-05 12:08:51
surfsimply.com
Magic Sam was a short-lived yet essential design in the history of the surfboard – a transition model.   Deeply influenced by his friends and fellow futurists Bob McTavish and George Greenough, and borrowing extensively from Velzy’s Pig template, Australian Nat Young designed and shaped Magic Sam in...