Flow State Of Mind

on May 26, 2021

Everyone's reason for paddling out is as unique as their style of surfing. Some of us surf like fire - big hacks and sharp turns and tearing down the line. Some of us surf to be at one with the earth - reading the water and drawing long, flowing lines down the face. Some of us surf for pure-play - party waves and joyously cross-stepping our way across the ocean's surface. 


Following The Path

on April 28, 2021

Cloudless skies and warm winds had left my skin freckled and tight. Looking up from the dusty, uneven track, I watched my sister climb over a worn stile with an acorn etched into the wood. Her dark curly hair was twisted on top of her head, and there was a salty white patch appearing through her backpack where her swimsuit was stuffed.


The Sustainable Surfer

on April 7, 2021

As surfers, it’s more or less our duty to be eco-warriors of the water. The ocean is where we have fun, share moments, connect with nature, find solace and wave slide. It gives us so much that we are surely under obligation to give back as much as we can? 


Living Life With Little

on March 2, 2021

So, living a minimalistic life is all about living with less, right? Right. But we think that sometimes when you choose to live a life with less, your life can become richer.


Cultivating Happiness & Feeding Your Soul

on January 31, 2021

Recently I heard poet Rupi Kaur say, “the opposite of depression is not sadness, but vitality.” She went on to explain that depression isn’t about being unhappy, it’s about life lacking spark. To kick off the new year we asked ourselves how to find that spark. 


Completing And Contemplating

on December 16, 2020

The past year has been one hell of a ride. For many of us, at one point or another, life came to a standstill. Lockdown forced us to put life plans on the back burner and purely focus on the here and now, which can feel pretty daunting for those of us that like to live at a million miles an hour. 


Together For Our Forests

on December 2, 2020

They should cover up to a third of all land on earth. They provide all that some of this planet’s most diverse and dense animal and plant cultures need to thrive. Not only do they support all these species, but also us.


Cosy Talks With Martin Dorey

on November 25, 2020

Martin Dorey is the founder of The 2 Minute Foundation, a charity dedicated to cleaning up our world 2 minutes at a time. He’s a surfer, writer, environmental activist and die-hard beach cleaner, with an exceptional story to share.


Life On The Road

on November 14, 2020

You don’t realise how little you need until you travel in a van, and even less when you’re hitch hiking. Life on the road is all about experiencing the little wonders of life. The way the sunrise gently filters through the back windows and the crashing sound of newly arrived swell draws you to the shore. The smell of fresh coffee boiling on the...


Cosy Talks Down South

on June 17, 2020

For this summer, we decided to start involving people of our community to create the new collection. So we collaborated with inspiring artists and friends, sharing our deep love for this planet and the ocean through expressing and creating art in all its forms.One of these amazing artists is Isabelle Vandeplassche, who we talked to about how she pursued her dreams and passions.

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