Surfing Guides

How to Measure the Inseam on Board Shorts

How to Measure the Inseam on Board Shorts

If you’ve ever been curious about how to measure the inseam on shorts then wonder no more. It’s not difficult ...
How to Keep Your Phone Dry in Board Shorts Pocket

How to Keep Your Phone Dry in Board Shorts Pocket

If you’re planning on going to the beach or the pool you are wondering how you will keep your phone ...
How to Use the Key Loop in Board Shorts

How to Use the Key Loop in Board Shorts

Ever wonder about how to use the key loop that’s in your board shorts pocket? You’re not alone. Many people ...
do shorty wetsuits keep you warm

Do Shorty Wetsuits Keep You Warm?

Wetsuits are a vital piece of gear that can keep you warm in cold water as well as protect you ...
shorty wetsuit vs full

Shorty Wetsuit vs. Full – Which One Should You Wear?

If you plan on spending time outdoors in the water, you likely already know that you need a wetsuit for ...
what color surfboard attracts sharks

What Color Surfboard Attracts Sharks (& Which Ones Don’t)

You may have been told that you shouldn’t wear a bright colored wetsuit or have a bright colored surfboard, specifically ...
can you surf in a diving wetsuit

Can You Surf in a Scuba Diving Wetsuit (or Vice Versa?)

If you’re an outdoorsy, water-loving kind of person then you’ve probably realized (or are starting to realize) that you basically ...
do surf fins make a difference

Do Surfboard Fins Make a Difference?

You might have noticed that many surfers have fins installed on their surfboard. Why did they do that, is it ...
surfing with prescription glasses

Can You Surf with Prescription Glasses?

You need to be able to see while surfing to avoid collisions and stay safe in the water. That said, ...
how heavy are surfboards

How Heavy are Surfboards?

Looking at the size of a surfboard, even a smaller surfboard is around 6 feet in length and longboards can ...

Have you ever seen a video of a surfer riding a huge wave and wondered, “Man, that looks cool. I wonder if I could do that?” Well, probably not right now. But, it’s actually not that hard to get started with surfing and begin riding a smaller wave.

WIth a good instructor, using a huge board, under the right conditions, with some solid balance, you could accomplish this all on your first day. And when you do, it’ll feel amazing. The hard part is what comes after; when you’re addicted to that feeling and want to ride a bigger wave.

Once you’ve caught the surfing bug, you’ll want to surf without any supervision, get your own equipment, learn all the rules and lingo. This will be a big step forwards, and without proper guidance, you will feel overwhelmed.

Out of all the water-based board sports, surfing is arguably the most famous and easiest to get started with. That’s why we’ve written many surfing tips and tricks and compiled them all into this section. Whether you’re thinking of getting started with surfing, or you’re a casual surfer looking to improve your skills, there is sure to be a guide for you.