The Endless Summer Alternate Movie Poster

Greetings, Shredderz! Bruce Brown’s “The Endless Summer” belongs on any reasonable human being’s Mount Rushmore of surf movies. Likewise, John Van Hamersveld’s iconic poster for the movie is an all time piece of graphic design. I was pleasantly surprised to come across this alternate movie poster for “The Endless Summer” on Pinterest, which,…

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Kelly Slater on a 5 Fin Greg Webber

Greetings, Shredderz! We’ve already spent at least a decade marveling at Kelly Slater’s agelessness. Now that Kelly’s in his fifties, it seems that Father Time’s victory, while still inevitable, will have to hold off just a little bit longer. Shred Sledz is mostly focused on longboards and so-called alternative shapes, but I’m also…

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Gorgeous Skip Frye Eagle

Greetings, Shredderz! I think it’s safe to say the Skip Frye Eagle is a board that gets a lot of people excited — myself included — and we’ve got an absolute stunner today. Thanks to @niconico for sending over the pics of this 10′ Skip Frye Eagle. Frye’s Eagle is a glider, of…

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Buttons + Co for Hang Ten

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a old Hang Ten ad — 70s, maybe early 80s is my guess — featuring Montgomery “Buttons” Kaluhiokalani, Mark Liddell and Keone Downing. I’m not sure whatever became of the Hang Ten brand, but it’s probably ripe for a longer writeup, given its history. For now, though, we’ll…

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Shred Sledz Social Media Roundup

Rusty’s Templates, Darshan + More

Greetings, Shredderz! Here’s a selection of standout social media posts from about the path month or so. Keep reading for more. I’ve really been digging Nolan Sullivan AKA @tooth_massage‘s work lately. Case in point: this awesome snap of Darshan Gooch emerging from a recent tube. For more Darshan, check out “Here Now: Past…

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“Searching” by Log Rap

Greetings, Shredderz! If, like me, you were forced to watch the rest of California score while you sat indoors for the first few weeks of January, and for some reason you long to relive that frustrating voyeuristic experience, Log Rap is back with “Searching”, a typically great new edit. Devon Howard, Joel Tudor,…

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