Introducing Wavelength Volume 257 – Our Brand New Autumn // Winter Edition

Introducing Wavelength Volume 257 – Our Brand New Autumn // Winter Edition

[This is an introduction to Wavelength Volume 256, landing in shops on the 21st November. Subscribe now to get your copy with free P&P. In the early 60s, the first true wave of surf explorers set off across the world, armed with cumbersome cameras and heavy glassed longboards, seeking exotic cultures and empty lineups. Among […]

Hundreds Of Kilos Of Cocaine Are Washing Up On France’s Surfing Beaches!

Hundreds Of Kilos Of Cocaine Are Washing Up On France’s Surfing Beaches!

Of the 50,000 cargo ships crisscrossing the world’s oceans, it is estimated around four sink or capsize every day, sending their goods to the bottom of the sea, or dashing them onto nearby beaches.  As a result, there’s a long and rich history of bounty washing in with the waves onto Europe’s Atlantic shoreline.  In […]

INTL Podcast: “Love You” Slater: “Thanks man”

INTL Podcast: “Love You” Slater: “Thanks man”

Guinness World Record holder Paul Evans & 4th place finisher in U16 NSW State Surfing Titles 1989 co-host Ben Mondy return with another thrilling instalment of Wavelength’s It’s Not The Length podcast. Yep, that podcast. The one brought to you proudly in association with FourFiveCBD and Billabong’s Graphene wetsuits. Leaving no journalistic turn unstoned, Paul and Ben are […]

Post Portugal: What We Learned 

Post Portugal: What We Learned 

I hadn’t been to Peniche for a few years before attending this year’s Championship Tour event. While I’ve been a regular visitor to Portugal, that particular waft of cabbage field offshore across a kinda bleak, vaguely dystopian Peniche skyline, married with an outrageous richesse of nearby surf opportunity had all become unfamiliar to me. It […]

WATCH: Taylor Jensen Pulls A Big Superman Air On His Longboard

WATCH: Taylor Jensen Pulls A Big Superman Air On His Longboard

Over the last decade, high-performance longboarding seems to have fallen out of favour with both the surf media and more recently, the WSL, in lieu of its more classically styled single-finned counterpart. However, there remains many a staunch and talented crew high pro proponents, dead-set on dragging the antiquation appreciation society into the future by […]