Wetsuit technology has a come a long way since surfers first started exploring colder waters. Today wetsuits are warmer, more flexible, and more comfortable than ever before. Each year brings new advancements to make surfing more enjoyable, and 2016 is no exception. We’ve reviewed our hooded suits and after talking to customers, employees, and team riders, these are the 6 best wetsuits for cold water surfing. Continue reading
It was not long ago that wetsuits weren’t tailored to be gender specific. Women had to choose the best wetsuit from companies that didn’t even consider the female anatomy when designing their suits. While this is still an issue today, we here at Cleanline Surf support women’s cold water surfing, especially considering a wetsuit at least 5/4mm thick is vital for winters here on Oregon’s northern coast. This is why we have partnered up with Patagonia to exclusively offer the new 2014 Women’s R4 Hooded Chest Zip wetsuit.
Heavy barrels—and a few heavy beatings—greet Kohl Christensen and friends at Puerto Escondido in the sixth episode of the Deep Water series. Other surfers include Greg Long, Gabriel Villaran, Joao De Macedo, Jensen Hasset, Alvaro Malpartida and Coco Nogales.
Deep Water, Part 6 – Mexico from Patagonia on Vimeo.
The big south swell arrives at Easter Island and Kohl Christensen paddles out into “triple black diamond” surf.
Final episode in the three-part series.
Diamante Negro, Part 3 from Patagonia on Vimeo.
Kohl Christensen’s plans to surf a huge south swell in Tahiti takes an unexpected turn for the better when he decides to change plans and head to Easter Island.