THE FIXER

Faced with organizing and executing a product film and photo shoot at the very last minute, AXIS turned to the one man who was always going to be able to get it done, and done in style: Mr. Shannon Stent. All he needed was a plane ticket and a couple of the best prone foilers out there…

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OPENING UP THE BACKYARD

The Isle of Wight is best known in the UK as a popular tourist destination, with plenty of attractive beaches surrounding the island’s lush green countryside and picturesque villages. But both inside and outside of the sunny season, it also holds phenomenal foil potential: you just have to know how to access it…

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THE WALL OF DEATH

Invited to experience one of the world’s longest waves, the “Pororoca” tidal bore in the Amazon, Matt Elsasser defied any preconceived concerns about alligators and fish with penchants for very small and dark holes, and convinced Brian Grubb to come with him. And thankfully, no one actually died.

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Making Waves

It’s a story that will no doubt chime with many: rare is the rider who falls in love with foiling at their first attempt…. In Kyle Cabano’s case, after mixed success, it was an assignment with Zane Schweitzer up at J-Bay that finally and fully opened up the obsession.

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Halcyon Hawaiian Days

Despite losing the entire contents of his hard drive to a particularly unforgiving piece of flooring, Philip Muller was none-the-less able to recount his downwinding pilgrimage to the land of aloha to us by way of some good travel writing and a few of Quinn Wilson’s images.

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Red Letter Day: CHASING THE LIGHT

Instinct pays off for Spanish wing foiler Fabien Muhmenthaler, who’s refusal to write off what most would consider a lay-day ends up being one of the most memorable of his life… and that of photographer Samuel Cardenas too.

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Red Letter Day: TIGER BAY

The long wait for the right conditions paid off for Thomas Pinchon, and after navigating their way to the spot, enjoyed plenty of empty waves and tropical tranquillity...

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Red Letter Day: Foil Surf Racing League

The Foil Surf Racing League event blew up on our Instagram for a full weekend in March, in large part thanks to a lot of the high profile names that were in attendance. One such name was young ripper, Brady Hurley. Who also happened to end up winning, despite the jet lag…

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Outer Banks: Cloudbreak

Josh Ku’s dream of towing into one of the world’s most celebrated waves – on a foil – had to be timed to perfection. The universe aligned and that time finally came…

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Outer Banks: South to the El Norte

Brandon Scheid’s job allows him the luxury of taking his work where conditions best allow. And in the winter, that happens to be Baja...

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Outer Banks: Arctic Winglife

Immediate thoughts when someone mentions winging in the Arctic? Bone-aching cold, relentless blizzards, polar bears waiting for you on the shore...

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Islas Canarias

Amid a tour of Japan, Julia Castro got a phone call, coaxing her back to her home archipelago, the Canary Islands, to join a wingfoil adventure with her Duotone and Fanatic teammates. Was it worth the 37 hour trip and soul-sapping jetlag? Of course it was… it’s the Canaries after all.

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SHREDHEADS

A layover in Sydney presented an opportunity for Noah Flegel to catch up with his good friend Alex Hayes. It also offered up the chance for the duo to go slab hunting. Not one to hang about, Alex was ready and waiting at the airport with his Seadoo…

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