Reef Just Passing Through mainland Mexico

The three amigos, Mikala Jones, Mitch Crews and Evan Geiselman, dip down into Mainland Mexico for a quick strike of tacos and tubes. Despite not rearing up to its full intimidating form, this black sand stretch of beach didn’t let the crew down, providing a picturesque playground of fun surf and good times.

Words carved into the water: Vincent Duvignac

Some years already passed since Marco Mombelli introduced me to Vincent Duvignac. The name recalls the one of some novelist, like Dumas or Pennac … I often meet him on the beaches of the French Landes, and every time he he enters in the water I can appreciate the way he expresses his style, clean and unique. Writers use the pen to create their masterpieces, Vincent writes them with his own board.

Victoria Vergara dancing on water

After the first episode with Arthur Bourbon, Reef presents its latest video from the French Coast featuring longboard surfer Victoria Vergara: a traveler since childhood, Victoria takes us on a small journey of her passion for longboarding as well as a sneak peek of her daily life from Hossegor to Capbreton. She describes longboarding as “Dancing on the water. The feeling on the nose is something magical that you don’t get with another board; You are flying and you just feel the elements around you”.

Reef: life from the French coast with Arthur Bourbon

Following the success of the Just Passing Through Film Series and in preparation for the upcoming WSL Pro France event, Reef will release a brand new 3-part series based around brand Ambassadors living on the shore of the French Coast and experiencing the true meaning of surf adventure.

Reef We Heart: greek refugee camps

This summer, Reef Ambassadors Victoria Vergara, Mike Lay and Anna Ehrgott and Reef We Heart made a trip to Greece and helped Armando Aid create and fund education programs, build schools and buy materials for Oinofyta Refugee Camp.

Reef: just passing through Morocco

This is the report of Reef european team trip in Morocco, where they surfed some of the most famous spots of the country, as Safi, Draculas and Taghazout, traveling then more and more south, to the Sahara desert.