surfed at Shirahama .
And eat Sashimi .
Need to sweeten your quiver? The Sugar twin fin is Chilli’s latest candy, combining a retro look with a modern twist. The Sugar’s straight outline loves to draw long, fast lines and is not shy off the lip.
Let’s break it down:
• The beak nose allows foam through the top end of the board for paddle power and a really nice foiled out tail in the bottom end for performance.
• Low rail to bite the waves surface.
• A 3.5 inch deep swallow/fish tail, with width for speed in flat sections
• The fin position is a traditional twin fin set-up designed for large style twin fins or twin keels.
Craig puts a 5’2” Deadly through its paces, on an average day at what was once voted one of the worlds worst beach breaks.. (we still think it’s the best) and makes it actually look fun!
The Tracks 2018 Ride Guide samples a range of surfboards from leading shapers and brands in Australia. This year the testing was based at Latitude Zero, the luxury surf resort located in Indonesia’s wave-rich Telo Islands. The boards were ridden and reviewed by Sheldon Simkus, Chris Friend and Jackson Baker.
"Here I am, at the end of a road, wedged between a salt desert and the ocean, the sun falls little by little, the wind continues to be heard and here I am after 24 hours on the bus to where Nathan and I had planned to meet, far in the south for a new adventure."
Nathan Sadoun and photographer Nil Puissant head south to the edges of Morocco in search of empty waves and quiet landscapes, just in time for the clock to tick into the new year. It's a few days of fun, new encounters, and some memorable sessions under the Moroccan sun.
Video & Edit: Nil Puissant
Song: Something On My Mind by The Pale Fountains