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Your First Wave

Your First Wave

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You’ll always remember your first wave. That moment when you feel the rush of the ocean underneath you, urging you to your feet, gliding unfettered across a crystalline sea. The breath of the wind in your face, the sweet salt on your lips, time and the cosmos opening themselves up to you as you ra ...
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How to remove a stripped FCS screw from your surfboard

How to remove a stripped FCS screw from your surfboard

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If your surfboard has an FCS removable fin system, sooner or later, you'll inevitably strip those little screws that hold your fins into your surfboard. To remove a stripped FCS fin screw from your surfboard, first place an FCS key (one you don’t mind throwing away!) into the screw hole and fill t ...
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How to wax a surfboard

How to wax a surfboard

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When it’s time to wax your surfboard, make sure you remove the old wax completely. There’s a product called “The Pickle” that will remove ANY wax on your board. Once clean, put down a “basecoat” first (available at any surf shop). This basecoat is a little harder wax than regular surf wa ...
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How to catch a wave

How to catch a wave

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Congratulations, you have made it to the line up and are ready to catch a wave! Here are some really basic tips for your beginner surf session...Sit near the shoulder of the wave; it is a better spot for beginners. If the waves are small you can sit closer to the breaking point.  As the wave approa ...
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History of Surfboards

History of Surfboards

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The first surfboard were shaped from the trees of Koa, Wili Wili, and the Ula. The Gods blessed the people of Hawaii with fine woods for making high quality surfboards. A sacrificial Redfish (Kuma) was buried at the foot of the tree that was chosen as pa-ha (surfboard). The boards were sande ...
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