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Dane Reynolds Blog

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

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What do you do when Kelly Slater calls you the best surfer in the world? You start a blog, of course. As the Oxnard local and Channel Islands Surfboards / Quiksilver ripper Dane Reynolds is quickly becoming a taste-maker in the water, he also expresses his creativity with homegrown video clips, poetry and his favorite […]

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Surfer Magazine October 2009

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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The October 2009 edition of Surfer Magazine is now available. The mag features surf trips, babes and globetrotting. Among the many stories featured: The Billabong crew does their best to reenact the legendary surf movie Filthy Habits by getting barreled out of their gourds in Western Oz. The crew of Joel Parkinson, Andy Irons, Mark […]

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Down the Line Surf Talk Radio – Daniel Thompson Interview

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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Yeah, guy! The latest Down the Line surf talk radio podcast is now available. This week, Transworld Surf Magazine’s Jeff Baldwin and surf-world extraordinaire, Scott Bass interview Lenox Head local, Tomo Surfboards owner, WQS competitor, George Greenough’s neighbor and winner of the 2009 Sacred Craft Expo Best in Show award, Daniel Thompson. Tomo and the […]

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Alternative Board Surfing Video

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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An underground surf video out of Japan, Alternative Board, features rippers on everything but a standard thruster. From SUPs to fish to twins, watch the alternative lines drawn in this vid. Alternative Board surfing video gives us surfing from Dave Rastovich, Beau Young, Daniel Thompson, Sean Mattison, Tyler Warren, Kye Fitzgerald, Joel Tudor, Dane Reynolds […]

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Rob Machado The Drifter Soundtrack

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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Is this the most anticipated surf move ever? As most of the world waits (and watches Rob Machado on CNN and ESPN) for Rob’s new surf movie, The Drifter, at least we can start chomping on the musical delights through the soundtrack. The Drifter soundtrack, a stacked affair with the likes of The Raconteurs, Midlake, […]

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