Note that this blog post is not dedicated to the fire, here is the one written by the Sud-Ouest. After a fire like the one that decimated our store, the first to be affected are the people who worked there. The store manager, Enki, will tell us about his experience after almost 2 years at […]
As we find ourselves in a truly unprecedented situation, with many of us confined by law to the boundaries of our own properties, we at Surfboss are calling to all of our fellow surfers to use this time as productively as possible, to surf the waves in our imaginations and to embrace this time we have with our families and house mates.
Our last ‘Surf Blog’ focused on a change in the equipment being used by surfers across the globe and now we are going to take a closer look at the surfers themselves as we try and dissect the ‘who’ more than the ‘what’.
With summer approaching and the thought of the swathes of colourful softboards soon to be pouring over the dunes and onto our beaches, we felt it necessary to look deeper into what we have deemed ‘The rise of the softboard’