Watch the trailer for “Bielmann: Straight Up the Man,” a short film that profiles world-renowned surf photographer Brian Bielmann. 

Stop Working for the Man, Start Living in a Van

High Shredability: We Met Carissa at the Ass Crack of Dawn to Go Surfing and Make Sandwiches

High Shredability: We Met Carissa at the Ass Crack of Dawn to Go Surfing and Make Sandwiches

Read a long and semi-insane interview with surf rock legend Dick Dale

Read a long and semi-insane interview with surf rock legend Dick Dale



VICE’s surfing show Hi Shredability heads to Mavericks, one of the scariest and most dangerous surf spots in the world. Watch the video

VICE’s surfing show Hi Shredability heads to Mavericks, one of the scariest and most dangerous surf spots in the world. Watch the video


We all love dogs. But here at The Cute Show, we REALLY love dogs. When you add in the fact that these dogs can surf… well, our cold little VICE hearts just about broke during this shoot. So please enjoy one of the most talent-filled episodes of the Really-Fucking-Cute Show, “Surfing Dogs!”
WATCH: The Cute Show - Surfing Dogs

We all love dogs. But here at The Cute Show, we REALLY love dogs. When you add in the fact that these dogs can surf… well, our cold little VICE hearts just about broke during this shoot. So please enjoy one of the most talent-filled episodes of the Really-Fucking-Cute Show, “Surfing Dogs!”

WATCH: The Cute Show - Surfing Dogs


It is with a heavy heart that we say this is the last part of the Elissa Steamer Epicly Later’d series. We’ve learned a lot about Elissa over the past four weeks, like the fact that she has a sick kickflip and is a pretty easy going gal. In this part, Elissa explains what “life after skate” is like and how surfing may actually be the key to her future. Enjoy.
Watch Epicly Later’d - Elissa Steamer, Part 4

It is with a heavy heart that we say this is the last part of the Elissa Steamer Epicly Later’d series. We’ve learned a lot about Elissa over the past four weeks, like the fact that she has a sick kickflip and is a pretty easy going gal. In this part, Elissa explains what “life after skate” is like and how surfing may actually be the key to her future. Enjoy.

Watch Epicly Later’d - Elissa Steamer, Part 4

Some horn ball science writer is trying to convince everyone to get naked. From bottom to top, every article of clothing we humans wear is comes under scrutiny. Were you not wearing shoes right now, you could be taking steps to prevent Alzheimer’s later in life. By directing stimulating the soles of you feet, you excite the brain to make new, more efficient neural connections.

“What about my pants and shirt,” you ask? “How are those garments destroying my health?” Well, they’re teeming with bad bacteria and fungi that cause yeast infections, rotting toenails, and other delights. Not to mention the fact that they restrict your range of motion which is no good for brain or body…

Check out the rest of the story on VBS.

JESUS SURFED FOR YOUR SINS
If you believe in God but you find the seriousness of academic and spiritual study boring and you’re the kind of six-foot dude who wears flip-flops and and likes Mambo and is broadly in favor of peace and shanti shanti and likes Christ’s vibe, then the Bola de Neve church may interest you. Created in 2000, this Christian surfing church comes from Brazil and has more than 100 temples in the country. Inevitably this church is drifting to the douche meccas: Sydney and California.
We spoke to a parishioner, Manoel Mattos, who is a 30-year-old Brazilian living in Sydney.

JESUS SURFED FOR YOUR SINS

If you believe in God but you find the seriousness of academic and spiritual study boring and you’re the kind of six-foot dude who wears flip-flops and and likes Mambo and is broadly in favor of peace and shanti shanti and likes Christ’s vibe, then the Bola de Neve church may interest you. Created in 2000, this Christian surfing church comes from Brazil and has more than 100 temples in the country. Inevitably this church is drifting to the douche meccas: Sydney and California.

We spoke to a parishioner, Manoel Mattos, who is a 30-year-old Brazilian living in Sydney.