Check Out: Jeremy Cater

The San Clemente kid, Jeremy Carter, has been stepping up his game lately. Homeboy has been doing his best to get some damn good surfing on film. Lucky for us, we got some out of the water time with him, just to see what’s up, and check him out. So, tell me a little about […]

How To Fix Minor Dings and Damage on a Surfboard

Let’s face it, scuffs and dings are bound to happen on your surfboard. Even if you are extra cautious with your board, chances are it will eventually suffer some minor damage. There’s nothing worse than purchasing a new board only to discover a large gash or crack after just a couple days of using it. […]

Get GoPro Ready

Get the most out of your GoPro with these accessory items Some of us think GoPro is the best thing since sliced bread. When you use it properly and capture the moment, it just might be. GoPro has designed a wide range of mounts, camera chargers and accessories to improve video quality while capturing the […]

Adrian Buchan Wins Billabong Pro Tahiti

Australian surfer Adrian “Ace” Buchan claimed the Billabong Pro title, defeating 11-time World Champion Kelly Slater in the final at barreling Teahupo’o. It was an exciting final heat in Tahiti as solid four-to-six foot waves challenged surfers to select the waves with the most scoring potential while using their priority wisely. Goofy-footer Buchan found solid […]

Backpacks for Surf, Skate and School

Carrying your stuff around can be a pain in the back: lighten your load with these backpacks options for surf, skate and school. Brands like Dakine and Quiksilver design backpacks that make it easier to stash your stuff safely at the beach, skate park and around campus with high quality materials and customized compartments. If […]

Alejo Muniz, Carissa Moore Take Vans US Open Titles

After a week of competition in front of a packed beach at Huntington Beach Pier Brazilian surfer Alejo Muniz has won the Vans US Open of Surfing, taking home a huge purse prize of $100,000 and a healthy amount of ASP Tour points as the Men’s 2013 World Championship Tour hits the halfway mark. Muniz […]

Get the Scoop: Xcel Wetsuits

Having a solid wetsuit can make anyone’s day. Not having to worry about your suit rashing you up in all the wrong places, fitting oddly as if you were wearing a pair or granny panties, or your little sisters panties for that matter, and keeping you warm enough to survive the cold cloudy day in […]

Vans US Open of Surfing Hits HB July 20th 2013

   Get ready for the circus! The Vans US Open of Surfing 2013 kicks off July 20th in Huntington Beach, a short walk across the street from Jack’s Surfboards on Main St. The Vans US Open of Surfing is the world’s largest surfing competition and grows bigger every year. The week-long festival combines surfing, skateboarding, […]

How to: Care for your Wetsuit

Taking proper care of your wetsuit can extend its lifespan and save you money. Maintaining the neoprene material, rinsing your wetsuit with freshwater and hanging it to dry properly will preserve its fit and quality. It’s also important to break any bad habits of storing your wetsuit in the back of your trunk, or folding […]

Parko Surfs Perfect Heat, Wins Oakley Pro Bali

Reigning world champion surfer Joel Parkinson wins the Oakley Pro Bali after having surfed the perfect heat, claiming two 10-point barrel rides in Round 5 vs. John John Florence. From there he defeated Michel Bourez in the finals in four-to-six foot surf at the famous right-hand wave, Keramas. “Over the years I’ve been coming here, […]