DND

We have always been inspired by how Clovis understands surfing. Were some people just see it as a summer entertainment, Clovis has made surfing his life, and has very clear vision of the importance of culture, respect and legacy.

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VANS DUCT TAPE IN NYC

Celebrating art, music, shaping and of course longboarding, the Vans Duct Tape Invitational hosted by legendary surfer Joel Tudor in NYC was one of this week-end you will remember all your life. In perfect conditions, Harrison Roach and Kirra Seale won the Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational held in Rockaway beach, New York City.

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LOG DAYS

Generally, there are not many longboarders up in Northern California because there are little to no waves that are good for it. When Neil contacted me I was so stoked, but knowing he is a longboarder I was a little conflicted on where to go.

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GONE FISHING

Qui d’autre que le californien Josh Hall pour shaper ces 3 fishs ? Le légendaire shaper Skip Frye le prend sous son aile à l’âge de 18 ans pour lui transmettre ses connaissances. Josh est originaire de San Diego, ville où le design du fish a vu le jour dans des garages de la scène surf underground à la fin des 60’s, à une époque où « Style was everything in that town ».

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SALT BUT SWEET, CHAPTER II: "REBORN IN THE ATLANTIC"

Almost nine million years ago, the earth split open in the middle of the Atlantic and the resulting wound spouted the blood and the fire that created the Azores islands.

Far from everything, the Azores turned their back on time and witnessed how the rain and the salt colored their black lava green with vegetation and life. And it has maintained its quiet essence, adrift at sea, isolated from a loveless world, safeguarding its sublime purity from an extinct era.

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STRAIT OF BADUNG

My vacation coincided with the first swell of the season, which was about to reach the coast of Indonesia. The Swell was smaller than forecasted but the waves were fun and the water was warm ... what more could you ask for ?

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BALLADE

Clovis Donizetti and photographer Thomas Lodin escaped winter in France and travelled to Australia’s most famous break: Snapper Rocks.

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WHEELS AND WAVES 2019

The air was full of song. The smell of gazoline and resin was everywhere. Colors of custom bikes and handmade surfboards attracted visitors as light attracts mosquitos. Fun, friends, ride, waves, dust, smoke, music, sun, rain, art, shape… These are the words that define best the last 5 days in Biarritz during the Wheels and Waves. 

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CONVERSATION WITH SIMON FITZ

Since the creation of Salt Water, Simon Fitz has always been supporting us. He was part of the first magazine we published last year, and I hope, will be part of the next one ! We met with him in France to discuss surfing photography, mostly. If you don’t follow Simon on Insta, you are missing the best of what this social network has to offer.

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AURORA SURFING NORTH

In January 2019, snowboarder Mathieu Crepel and surfer Damien Castera, joined by photographer Greg Rabejac and lmmaker Pierre Frechou, traveled to the very northern tip of Norway for a boardriding expedition in the heart of the Arctic winter. In between snowy peaks and icy waves, they went deep into the polar night where solar winds meet Earth’s magnetic eld to create the fairy dance of the Aurora Borealis.

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CONVERSATION WITH NATHAN SADOUN

Just after the Wheels and Waves, we met with Nathan Sadoun to discuss present, future and surfing. Nathan is a great human being. Always smiling, always stoked when there is a shitty wave to surf and always the first when it comes to have a couple of beers. Congrats on winning the event log contest. See you around Nathan!

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