Cleanline Surf is proud to sponsor the Portland Chapter’s first annual Surfrider Summer Soiree will be held at the Holocene on July 25, 2013 and will bring together over 300 surfing and outdoor enthusiasts to support the Portland Chapter of Surfrider Foundation’s ”Clean Water Campaign”.
The mission of the Clean Water Campaign is to protect and restore the watersheds of Portland and the North Coast through education, advocacy, and volunteer stewardship. Programs to benefit include: Green Streets & Storm Drain Marking; Ocean Friendly Gardens; Oaks Crossing Park Restoration; and Blue Water Task Force.
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Starting now, buy any 2013 Kite Package from Slingshot or Ozone and receive $200 in store credit good towards any future purchase. Simply buy any 2013 kite package online and we will send you a coupon code via e-mail for use on a future purchase through our website or in one of our retail stores.
Ben Bourgeois, Paul Fisher, Dylan Graves, and Pat and Tanner Gudauskas secretly score at the fringes of perfection. You already know too much.
Big ups to Vans Surf for the footage. Expect the A+ clips in Get-N Classic Vol. 3.
Read about this trip in Surfer Mags June Issue, available now
.Mirage of the Caribbean from SURFER Magazine on Vimeo.
“The largest continuously run Pro/Am competition in the Pacific Northwest” is open for registration! Running May 17th through 19th, the Clean Water Classic for 2013 is going to be off the chain! Cleanline Surf is proud to sponsor this long running event that has been a part of surfing in the Northwest for 12 years running. Check it out even if you aren’t entering the contest. There’s lots of fun for the whole family during the event and around Westport.
The event is held on the south side of the Jetty in Westport, WA.
For event registration, photos from past events, or any other info related to the Clean Water Classic for 2013 head over to www.cleanwaterclassic.com
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Quiksilver has announced their soon to be release zipper less wetsuit. It’s not the first by any means, but it’s been a while since we’ve seen them in production. The idea behind a zipper less wetsuit is that it adds flexibility. Zippers are not flexible. The chest zip entry replaced the zipper less wetsuit, but now it’s coming back around. Rip Curl also has a wetsuit without a zipper on the slate for a 2013 release.
Check out the full story over at The Mountain and The Wave.