This is one of the longest tubes ever seen on Go Pro or any other camera. Get ready for the fantasy ride of your life.
The Ohana at STABL & Hawaiian Style are honored to have Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz talk story. Please come and enjoy his surfing life story.
What:Doc's return to paradise DOC TOC (Doc Talk) Talk Story with Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz
Today, June 14th 2014 10:00a-12:00p...
Where:Hawaiian Style & STABL Store
1714 Kapiolani Blvd
Remember when you’d pal around with buddies on the weekend, shooting hoops or chucking the football, dreaming about taking to the court or field in the big game? Well, this is that to the extreme, and the likes of the Christensen and Walsh brothers, Ben Wilkinson, Mark Healey, Albee Layer, and Billy Kemper are already in the “big game.”
The eighth annual All-Military Surf Classic, Presented by HIC, Quiksilver and MWR brought active US Military and Department of Defense personnel, retirees, and their families together for a day of sun, surf and competition this past Saturday, June 7th. The event was held at White Plains Beach which is located on the former Barber's Point Naval Air Base in Kalaeloa, Hi, on Oahu’s south-west shore. Although small surf and strong winds created challenging conditions throughout the event, the level of stoke amongst the competitors and fans couldn’t have been greater.
Kamehameha the Great.
In ancient Hawaii, legends told of a day when a great king would unite all the Hawaiian islands. The sign of his birth, kahuna (priests) claimed, would be a comet. Birth of a King.
And so it goes that Kamehameha was born in 1758, the year Halley’s Comet made an appearance over Hawaiian skies. Kamehameha was born in Paiea on the Big Island of Hawaii. His father was said to be Keoua, a grandson of Keaweikekahialiiokamoku, who once ruled a large portion of the island. Translated, Kamehameha means “the lonely one.”....
John John Florence is one of the most popular surfers in the world, and everyone knows about his out-of-this-world skills in waves of all. But what do we really know about JJF the person? Besides his interest in photography and skateboard prowess, not much. So, in an effort to glean more insight into one of our favorites, we hit up the lovely Alexandra Florence, aka “Mom John,” for the scoop on her famous son…
He can’t stand cats—except Kitty.
He loves baby animals....GO to GRIND TV HERE
A board shaper’s passion to honor the roots of surfing is taking him coast to coast through June.
Tom Stone was an artist-in-residence in Washington, D.C. in May and Southern California in June, bringing the number of museums exhibiting his wooden surfboards to six.
Stone was recently featured on a BBC documentary. His works of art are in museums in Africa, Europe and the United States. Now Stone is in the process of selecting the boards he will take to the Smithsonian in New York.
Stone said he will haul blank boards and demonstrate his shaping skills before dozens of students to show how modern surfing got its start....Watch this KITV exclusive. GO HERE
They’re the ingredients of any world-beater. A maturity beyond your years; a stable character; a rock solid support crew; and an unflappable sense of self. Coupled with the pure, unadulterated surfing talent of the likes the World Tour hasn’t been seen in a long time and the instinct of a natural-born comp demon, and you’ve got somethin’ a-cookin’.
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