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Watch this space: Dylan Lightfoot

Since surfing emerged from the shadows and made the shift from a ‘frowned upon activity for bums’ to a prominent, exciting sport with a global following, the number of worldwide surfers has increased year-on-year and currently sits at somewhere around 23 million globally. A vast portion of these surfers are[…]

6 Reasons to visit J-Bay this summer

When referring to a beautiful, seaside, surf town with stunning weather and some of the best waves in the world, one doesn’t really need a reason to visit. That said, we thought it might be fun to give you several, just in case. Other than the most obvious of motivations[…]

Taming European Seas

For those of you that don’t know him already, meet Toby – the founder, owner and inspiration behind Surf Lodge South Africa. Earlier this month, Toby surfed in the German National Surfing Championships, and it’s safe to say that he blew the international competition out of the water, so to[…]

Ups and Downs at Trestles

Whilst the rest of the world spent the last two weeks preparing itself and gathering enthusiasm for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, surfers and surf fanatics had their eyes on Trestles for the Hurley Pro and Swatch Women’s Pro, as the best surfers in the world took to the water[…]

Kelly Slater Outerknown shoot at Surf Lodge

I doubt many of you need much of an introduction to the infamous 11-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater; so we’ll jump right in and share this epic story with you. In July 2015 he partnered with designer John Moore to launch a super stylish yet laid back menswear range[…]

Surfing is passion, surfing is life

Samsung, in partnership with the World Surf League (WSL), recently released the latest video in their We Are Greater Than I campaign, focusing on surfing and the surfing lifestyle. The video is the most recent in a series that also features a football video and a cycling video, and speaks[…]

J-Bay perfection

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Jeffreys Bay was known as a hippie hangout, where the now expanding surfing community has travelled from far to find perfect surf, and it has grown from a sleepy little fishing town over the past few years to one of the fastest expanding[…]