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June 20 is International Surfing Day! What better time to protect what you love? Join the Surfrider Foundation to fight for clean oceans and beaches – to keep the stoke alive and our oceans healthy.

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Hey, I tried to text in other ways without success, so Im going to ask for help in this post. I am buying a sci fi model. But do not know what model I should choose. Im 5'89" and weight 169lbs. I want to surf 2-6 feet beach and pointbreak waves with average shape. 
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MORE CFO's SHOULD SURF #MarkPrice #Tomo @Tomo_Surfboards sit down with the crew on #TheBreak to talk about innovation http://bit.ly/1l0MPdo
Firewire CEO Mark Price and designer Daniel Thomson sat down with the The Break to talk about innovation, sustainability, and the future of surfboards.
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Technologically advanced surfboards and kiteboards.
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Firewire believes that refinements to the shape of today’s modern surfboards can only produce incremental performance benefits.  Exponential improvements in performance require the ongoing development of new materials and construction methods which, in turn, will fuel new design opportunities.