Swedish brand Tretorn launch RAIN JACKET FROM THE SEA

Rainwear made from discarded fishing nets. A new kind of resource to make high quality rainwear and a great exempel about how to look upon waste as an opportunity and create sustainable innovation.

Swedish Revolwe & Slater Designs Collab

Nordic Surfers Mag | An Interview with Jan Persson

Text by Mat Turries | NSM
Photo by Mats Kahlström
Using post-consumer plastic bottles, partially recycled urethane, and Yulex, a plant based rubber. Slater Designs have partnered with Swedish Revolwe in their mission to use waste as a resource, and crafted four new leashes!

Being There

Photo by Lea Brassy & Vincent Colliart
Self-supported ski journey to the waves of remote Iceland with Lea Brassy & Vincent Colliart. Full length film.

SURFERS OF ARCTIC WAVES

Photo by AFP / Olivier MORIN
A superb series of portraits of some Arctic surfers and their words about the cold water surf.

The Outrider

Photo by Two Eyes Film
The Outrider will comes very soon to theaters near you. The guys from Two Eyes Film did it again. We saw it and It s hilarious.

Human/Nature - Joshua B Kirkman

Photo by Darren Hamlin
What’s it all about? Simple: we can all play our part in making this world of ours better, no matter how great or small the contribution. We just need to be creative and base our intention on good science and intention.

NEW LIFE SURFING

New Life Surfing is a Danish Initiative that strives to collect skate and surfboards for children around the world. Thanks to many generous Danish surfers, the very first action of New Life Surfing took place last spring in El Paradon, a small fishing village in Guatemala.

PUNTA DE LOBOS NOW WORLD SURFING RESERVE

Saved forever

A few years ago one of Chile’s most iconic surf spots and Navarro’s home break of Punta de Lobos came under the threat of massive corporate development...Today has Punta De Lobos full status as World Surfing Reserve!

Right to Roam

Photo by WRKSHRT
Jump in the van with Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder as they weave their way through Scotland, exploring how personal accountability allows for universal land access and the old farm shelters that support mountain folks to rove freely.

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