Ferg talks about his eclectic quiver of surfboards before putting them through their paces in some of the best waves the North Atlantic has to offer
The middle of nowhere is sometimes the best place to be.
In a moment of melancholy, Kepa is forced to sell his beloved van, tired of being fleeced at every border and police checkpoint.
There is a surprisingly fine line between heaven and hell, especially where surfers are concerned.
We wanted to show what happens beneath the waves while we surfers are so busy obsessing only about what is happening on the surface.
Inside and out of a fruity little Irish slab deep in the Irish wilderness.
There are few places on earth which surfers have failed to infiltrate, but this isolated militaristic state is one of them.
Alex Gray, Mke Gleason , Pat Schmidt and Gony Zubizarreta on an epic trip through Portugal. An hyping edit if ever there was one.
Contrary to the title, there is much more to Norway than fjords and trolls, in fact, this very fun looking right-hander might confound some people's expectations.
Anyone who devotes their life to charging slabs will eventually eat rock, and the Irish crew have seen more than their fair share of injuries, including fractured spines and shattered tibiae.