In Giant Steps – a new Huck show produced for Outside TV – Jamie Brisick sits down with Trace and Chad Marshall to find out what makes them tick.
Earlier this week, community heads from across the ocean conservation and recycling worlds joined forces to come up with solutions.
On the coast of Cornwall, one woman is empowering locals to discover a sense of agency – through the power of surfing.
Photographer Thomas Ling shoots the surfers of the country’s west coast: one of the most harshly beautiful – and endangered – environments in Australia.
Gender equality, ’80s France, and the endless search for the perfect wave: this weekend’s Milan festival celebrates the bond between surf, skate & film.
After working as a surf photographer for five years, Kenny Hurtado headed to San Francisco, where he fell in love with the people and wild local landscapes.
Jérôme Sahyoun travels the world as a pro-surfer, fisherman and wild-boar hunter – part of a tireless strategy to squeeze the most out of life.
The composer, known for his dreamy and evocative surf film soundtracks, shares his Monday mix – featuring tracks from Nils Frahm, Colin Stetson and Boards of Canada.
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Lee-Ann Curren is coming of age at a time when her passions feel inseparable. But as the offspring of trailblazing figures, she’s ready to carve her own path.
With an eye on the 2020 Olympics, surfer Lucy Campbell is hoping her athletic instincts will pay off on a quest for gold.
Ross Clarke-Jones starred in one of the high points of schlock '80s surf culture. Thirty years on, Mad Wax is being re-issued in a Quiksilver capsule collection.