Tales and lessons from our Roadsurfer trip through France
Our KANOA Team had the opportunity for the perfect surf van adventure. Curious on how it turned out to be? Check this blog post.
HOW TO: Insert your fins
In this short guide, we'll show you what's important when inserting your fins.
What has happened to HRT?
In 2020 we received the ISPO Brand new Selection for our 3-dimensional glassing approach HONEY ROOTS TECH. But what happened to HRT? This is a quick update.
HOW TO: Install a surfboard tailpad
In this article we will show you how to install a surfboard tailpad to get you ready for the next surftrip.
HOW TO: Wax your Board
In this article you will learn about the right way to wax your surfboard to get enough grip and be ready for ripping.
HOW TO: Attach a leash
In this article you will learn about the leash, how to attach it and what is important about different sizes for different surfboards.
Surf Companions Guide - The Value of a proper Bottom Turn
We are happy to cooperate with Surf Companions. Daniel, co-founder of Surf-Companions explains what makes the ideal bottom turn.
Choosing the right surfing spot
There is nothing more frustrating than being on a two-week surf trip without waves, right? The following tips should get you started to plan your next surf trip and more importantly to choose the right surfing spots with consistent wave conditions.
KEEP THE BOARD FEELING ALIVE
Out of all the training tips, this is by far the most fun one. Knowing how your board reacts with certain movements and training your muscle memory will greatly improve your surfing. How can you do that when you’re far away from the ocean?
STAY IN SHAPE - IMPROVE YOUR SURF
Let’s be real. Not all of us have the chance to live close to the ocean. But there are still many aspects that you can work on while being away from the ocean. How? Check our blogpost.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR SURFERS
X-Mas is coming closer and we’re back with the question that haunts us all… Read our blogpost to get some inspiration for the perfect Christmas gift for surfers.