Surfzilla

Japan might destroy three of its most iconic waves for the 2020 Olympics. True to its cause the San Sebastian Surffilmfestibal is back and will once again initiate debates and reflections.

Test of the new Patagonia in Iceland

Photo by Al Mackinnon & Mat.Turries
NSM went to Iceland last week to test the new Patagonia Yulex coming this fall. A new plant-based material, FSC certified. Bad habits change aint easy but let’s face it, we need to adapt our behaviour. In 1972, when clean climbing became an issue in the US, Yvon Chouinard began manufacturing removable chocks… 2016 might be the beginning of the end of neopren.

The Stories We Wear: Tom Doidge-Harrison

“You don’t need all this stuff” say our friend Tom Doidge-Harrison. Watch the video

NSM #23

New issue of Nordic Surfers Mag out the 19th of may but already available in the webshop

Bjørnøya in Helsingborg

Doc Lounge Helsingborg & Nordic Surf Film Festival will screen Bjørnøya Bear Island the 4th of may.

Kyle Thiermann

Photo by Ryan Craig

first wave ever protected by the law

The world longest left is now officially the first wave ever in the world to be protected by the law.

MÖLLE UNDER THREAT AGAIN!!!

Photo by Erik Nylander

ISPO2016

Here are some highlights from the ISPO 2016 Cold Water Surfing and other stuff we liked around the booth.

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