Listen up non believers, fellow West Coasters, and everyone in general, do you know why we enjoy living on the East Coast? Well for the most part (unless its summer) we get great waves, empty line ups, a great fall/winter season (even more empty line ups), and the gem that many of us take for granted, the Outer Banks.

Last Wednesday we had a classic day of “This is why we love the East Coast”. The water was a shimmery light blue, a type of blue that reminds you of waters on a tropical island. The air temperature was a solid 80 degrees with a refreshing water temp of 68 degrees, a perfect end of summer day you can say. Lastly, the waves were insanely fun and picturesque of a early fall season down in the Outer Banks, with friends and strangers (or new friends) hooting and hollering as we watched each other get pitted. Check out the images captured to share some of these memories and stay stoked on some great times to be had.

Last week Kitty Hawk was named #9 surf destination in the US by Surfer Magazine! Nuts right? Some of the reasons may seem like old news to us but they make the Outer Banks what they are, and this doesn’t have to do with just the surf. Check out the article here by Surfer Magazine.

Remember to Checkout our gallery below to see what this fall season has consisted of thus far and we will be getting some new swell content here soon! Yewww

Surfers: Julian Smith, Danny Langston, Micheal Dunphy, Brett Barley, and a few unknown shredders

 

 
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
Team Rider Julian Smith getting radical on his new Surf & Adventure Co. custom!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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