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New Hampshire: The Granite State. While known for its rocks and white mountains, New Hampshire's mere eighteen miles of coast supports a surprisingly vibrant surfing community - bound by their frozen stoke.

We are building a documentary to share the stories and passion of these incredible people.

March 26, 2012

Winter Surf

It was painfully nonexistent this year, but winter is such a beautiful time to be a surfer.




If you recognize any of the surfers, feel free to post their names so we can give them credit. Thanks.

14 comments:

  1. Happy to see this video up and running on MSW. Way to go!

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    1. Thanks Casey! We were super pumped when we saw that. Hope you are doing well and hopefully we'll see you on the coast again soon.

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  2. Picked up this vid on Le Mouching;
    I lived on the Cape in the early 70'z. Had an old late 50'z Ford bread delivery truck. I would leave it running in the parking lot with the heater on high while I did 20 minute sessions at Newcomb's in Wellfleet.... snow up to the waterline, 20 degrees.
    Great vid!

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    1. Thanks! That sounds awesome. You know its crazy when you can only be in the water for 20 minutes. I go up to Wellfleet right by Newcomb's with my family every year, beautiful area. Great when there are waves too. Thanks again!

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  3. Great vid. I'm from the Cape but currently live out in Hawaii. I now get to surf perfect tropical waves daily. However, it does not compare to a good session back east with your buddies. Great job showing the core commitment and stoke from surfing New England in the winter. I miss it so much. It will always be home no matter where I'm at.

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    1. Well said, thanks so much! Enjoy the waves out in hawaii, and I hope you can get some good cold New England waves sometime soon too.

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    1. Thanks Ryan! We'll add you on there.

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    2. Actually I dont think thats me. I have color on my board, that one is blank.

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  5. Ryan - Beuatiful job on the edit. Nice use of the camera. Really captures the essence of what compels us to get out there on a frigid winter day. As a photographer, I appreciate the creativity; as a surfer, I appreciate the stoke!

    Say "hi" to Casey for me... have not seen him since my last photo shoot for Shane Smith/2SI about 7 years back.

    Bob

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    1. Bob, thanks so much for the nice comments. We appreciate the feedback!

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  6. Great site!

    Cool to see you all charging no matter the weather conditions. Your videos are well edited too!

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  7. Thanks for posting this informative article thanks for sharing your great post,wish you have a nice day,happy every day.

    Balsa Surfboard & Balsa Wood

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