Environment

North Shore Mega Swell

Theres one thing that the North Shore is known for besides the cute turtles that thousands of tourist come to see daily. Its the waves. With some of the most po...

Digging Deep with OLAMANA ORGANICS

In the lush, remote town of Hana, the quiet, country lifestyle keeps residents grounded. There are no malls, no supermarkets, and few creature comfort...

The Sewage Dilemma

It is no secret that Oahu is home to some of the world’s best waves- each year, hordes of surfers from every corner of the globe flock to the island ...

Waves 4 Water

By Shelby Welinder Photos Ethan Lovell Christian Driggs stands on a dirt road surrounded by darkness, lit up only from the occasional passing headlights a...

Voyaging with Hokulei’a

Q and A with Hunani Kane and Jason Patterson The Hōkūle‘a is one of Hawai’i’s most regal symbols of ancient culture. With its triangular shaped sai...

Living Hawaiian Style w/ Matt Meola

Lift the lid on Matt Meola's creative mind as he gets country with his buddies - son's of legendary Willie Nelson - and sister, fires off airs in Maui juice and...

On Brotherhood

By Mike Latronic Being a surfer can be downright risky. While there are millions of surfers worldwide, I’d be inclined to guess that only a small per...

Back to Basics with Kimi Werner

  “I don’t really feel that it should be man and the ecosystem because I don’t think that we are separate. I believe that man is part of the e...

Shark Sense

We can't train sharks not to bite people. When we enter the ocean, we are the invaders of their natural habitat. Sharks are apart of our eco-system and play a v...

Ulu Napeahi Shark Encounter

Ulu Napeahi (Ulu boy), a up and coming humble surfer coming from the Big Island, talks about his shark attack incident and why he respects these creatures more ...