Tyler Warren | Autumn Vacation

After the dust settled from The Salt Circus event, Tyler had a few days spare to travel somewhere new before flying home. This was his fifth visit to New Zealand over the years and, would you believe, Raglan was a destination he still hadn’t ticked off his list! Sure, this ain’t all time Raglan but jeez it makes us want to surf!!

Check more photos from the trip in the Corona Journey by clicking here.

Big thanks to Corona NZ and Billabong for their support on this project.

Salt Circus 2017 Film

As the saying goes “The best surfer in the water is the one having the most fun”. This egalitarian nature of surfing is what stands it apart and makes it so special. The Salt Circus is first and foremost about a gathering of girls, boys, young, old, frothers and friends who can come together and enjoy a historic collection of beautiful surfboards and experience the sheer joy of riding them together.

The Salt Circus 2017 went off like a rocket, the people came, the sun was shining and the waves were firing! Thank you to everyone that came along to share in something we all love so much.

Finally we would like to extend a massive thankyou to our sponsors Billabong, Corona and Allpress. Without the hard working people behind the scenes this day wouldn’t be possible.

Check out the photo flipbook HERE

Salt Circus 2017 Flipbook

SALT CIRCUS 2017

As the saying goes “The best surfer in the water is the one having the most fun”. This egalitarian nature of surfing is what stands it apart and makes it so special. The Salt Circus is first and foremost about a gathering of girls, boys, young, old, frothers and friends who can come together and enjoy a historic collection of beautiful surfboards and experience the sheer joy of riding them together.

The Salt Circus 2017 went off like a rocket, the people came, the sun was shining and the waves were firing! Thank you to everyone that came along to share in something we all love so much.

Finally we would like to extend a massive thankyou to our sponsors Billabong, Corona and Allpress. Without the hard working people behind the scenes this day wouldn’t be possible.

When you’ve finished take a look at the Salt Circus film HERE

Salt Circus 2017 Announcement

The Salt Circus presented by Billabong is back for 2017! Come join us March 18th and 19th at Tay Street, Mount Maunganui.

A weekend focussed on all things traditional surfing. Bring your beautiful (or not so beautiful) old boards to the beach for all to enjoy. There will be free flowing Allpress coffee, a Taco truck on site and good vibes for all.

The surf event will consist of traditional longboard and twin divisions with the winners of each taking away a new Tyler Warren craft. Entry is $50 per division with all entrants receiving a limited edition Salt Circus T-Shirt.

Enter Saturday morning from 7am with the contest kicking off at 8.30am. First in first served. Keep an on the Salt Circus facebook page and billabong.co.nz website for updates. We will be making steady reminders via our instagram too @damagedgoodszine

Made possible by our friends at Billabong, Corona, and Allpress

A recap from last years event below.




EASY SLIDER

Last week we hit the road with the good fellas from The Critical Slide Society, Thomas Bexon, Kai Ellice Flint and Ryan Glover to shoot Easy Slider for DGZ Issue 18. We also wrapped this up with an art show, a bit of talk story and board display from Thomas Surfboards and one hell of a party at Mr Miyagi in Mount Maunganui on Friday evening. Big thanks to everyone that came along to celebrate! Stay tuned for the full article coming out December in DGZ Issue 18! To see the full photo set head over to our FB Album here.

DGZ ISSUE 17 | Sneak Peek

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In the Spring 2016 issue of DGZ we head from the mountain to the sea with surfers Rangi Ormond, Leroy Rust, JC Susan and snowboarder Will Jackways. The goofy foot diaries from Salsa, Neal Purchase and Johnny Abegg are written about why they keep returning back to the land of the left. We drift in and out of the dream with cult film maker, musician, artist and shaper Andrew Kidman. Auckland trio The Echo Oh’s pop in for a chat and we find out that there’s no better time than now, with a 24-hour road trip at the drop of a hat.

Our regular features and departments are balanced with a superlative gallery of photography, once again delivering a very tidy and memorable surf-centric magazine that will sit perfectly on your coffee table.

Head over to the online store and get one here now! Free shipping within NZ too!

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