Pics from Encinitas, California.
Our friends from Bing Surfboards playing around in Malibu. Jesse Hinkle, Mick Rodgers and Chris del Moro. Nice edit by Kyle Chambers!
My bestfriend Isabel is right now roadtripping from Iowa to California and back to Chicago, today I think they are arriving in Las Vegas. She asked us for California tips from the short road trip we did and all I have to say is; Sonoma and Napa Valley, Oyster Bay and grilled oysters, Reedwod trees,
We had the pleasure to meet Jesse Hinkle, a 17 year old surfer and artist from Malibu, California. Can you imagine growing up in the lineup of Malibu? He started surfing at age six and before he finished school he had sponsors such as Hippie tree and Bing Surfboards. One of the most humble cool
Linn & Margaret hanging out Nicaragua style. They are so much fun together and when they wanted me to take some photos of them they just couldn’t stop joking around. Here they are, in the pool, in the sea, in their seea suits.
“The name Seea comes from my love for the sea,” explains Amanda. “As an Italian, I pronounce the name ‘see-ah’. It’s a feminine word, with a musicality and beauty to it. We are women… We are the graceful sliders of the Seea.” The designer and founder of Seea is Amanda Chinchelli born and raised with
A company that produces surfboards for which people all over the whole world crave, dating back to the 50s with one hell of a story. This is Bing surfboards. Let us take it to the beginning. A young 13-year old boy named Herbert Bingham Copeland hanging out on the pier at Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles
Mick’s face was one of the first one who greeted us when we arrived to the Bing surfboard factory on the hill in Encinitas. He has a face you rember, it’s the archetype of the American dream with a perfect smile. I remember I wondered if all Californian guys were gonna look like that, later
We are leaving California.. uhuhuhuuuu.. It´s always like this when traveling round on a bigger trip. Leaving one place for the next one is part of the adventure of being on the go, still so hard some times.. This goodbye was one of the harder ones. California has been better than in any californian dream
Stopped in Pfeiffer National Park, Big Sur and got the chance to try our Sea to Summit gear. We have been sleeping in their sleeping bags in the car and just love them, but this time we got the chance to try out their Specialist duo tent, a tent that folds as big as a