Kyle Thiermann fights to keep Bali beautiful

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Kohl Christenesen in Patagonia Donostia

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Kepa Acero’s New Adventure – Part 3

Kepa Acero’s lastest adventure was a parody of Life Aquatic film, to present this year’s Surfilm Festibal.

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Kepa Acero’s New Adventure – Part 2

Kepa Acero’s latest adventure takes him to a remote island where he discovers perfect waves.

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Trevor Gordon in Mexico

Trevor Gordon and friends head to Mexico to surf perfect right point breaks.Fun & Dusted from www.KORDUROY.tv on Vimeo.

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Kepa Acero – New Adventure

Our favorite modern adventurer, Kepa Acero, is back at it. In this video, he shares details of his new adventure.

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Variables with Kimi Werner

In Variables, Patagonia spearfishing ambassador Kimi Werner strives to find her place in the ecosystem. She treads the line between predator and prey – eventually discovering balance in an unlikely place. For more from Kimi and our other Patagonia ambassadors, see patagonia.com/surfblog.

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Surf Sustainability with Dr. Tony Butt

Dr. Tony Butt examines whether or not you can lead a sustainable life as a surfer.

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New Teaser The Old, the Young & the Sea

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Flow by Dr. Tony Butt

Tony ButtDr. Tony Butt and his beloved Menakoz. Photo: Jakue Andikoetxea

“You are out surfing on your own. Someone else paddles out, comes up to you and says, ‘How long have you been out here?’

You think as hard as you can. In the end you take a stab at it and tell him about an hour. But the truth is you really don’t know – on one hand it seems like a couple of minutes, but on the other hand it feels like you’ve been out there forever.

If you really have been deep in concentration, your world will have been reduced right down to what you see and feel in your immediate surroundings. Nothing exists apart from you and the waves and maybe the wind or the odd seagull. All that stuff you were doing earlier this morning seems like something in the distant past, almost from another life. Your mother-in-law, the traffic, the bank manager and the shopping have simply ceased to be.

Your surfing is effortless, almost as if the surfing itself is doing it for you. You feel like a passenger just along to enjoy the ride. You’ll be paddling back to the line-up after each wave without the slightest effort, feeling like you could go on catching waves forever. You are living in the moment, enjoying surfing for its own sake.

Psychologists call it Flow or Optimum Experience.” Read more.

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