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Stab and SWELL presents Surf Anything

Let’s be real: We’re all kinda surf dorks. We’re all interested in what other people are riding, and when we’re paddling back out into the lineup and some gent is flying down the line on a peculiar craft we f’sure predicted couldn’t work, we’re certainly intrigued. We all want to surf better and it doesn’t matter how much cash you shelled out on the latest CI model, something always seems to look better. And, while we might not be the best surfers in the world, we’re almost certainly up for surfing anything, no matter how good or bad, big or small. The same goes for equipment. The post and story you’re reading right now signifies the start of a competition we’re doing in partnership with our pals from SWELL, called #surfanything. It’s all about seeing what you’re riding. You don’t have to have a 16-board quiver, but we do need to see at least two surf crafts of some kind. You can have a hand plane and a Catch Surf Beater. You might have a fabric print under the glass that intrigues us. Perhaps it’s the diversity of your craft. Maybe it’s because you have seven different size breaks of the Hyptp Krypto. There’s no rhyme nor reason as to what we’re looking for, but what we will tell you is this: It doesn’t matter how big or small the budget of this quiver is, it’s just something that piques our interest. Email a picture of your quiver to [email protected] (along with some history/details on the boards), and we’ll send you a 20% discount code for use on Swell.com. Each week we’ll tell the story of a quiver we like. The one that doesn’t discriminate, the one where you surf anything. And, we’ll throw in a gift card from Swell.com. But, there’s only so much you can talk about yourself. So, once every three months, we’ll pick the quiver that inspires us, pack up our camera crew and come visit you. We want to know about your boards and we’ll shoot a doco piece on location at your place. At the end of the year, the star of the doco with the highest play count will win this sweet three-board quiver, featuring boards from Dane Reynolds, Kolohe Andino and Noa Deane. How to enter:Upload your quiver to Instagram with the hashtag #surfanything, while tagging @stab and @swell with a short piece of info on your quiver. If you want to win the 20% off discount code from Swell, you’ll need to email the image to [email protected] along with a description on the boards and a little piece of info on each. From here, we’ll fire you back a custom code with the discount to be used on Swell. By emailing, you’re also opting in for SWELL’s mailing list.

news // Mar 8, 2016
Words by stab
Reading Time: 2 minutes

Let’s be real: We’re all kinda surf dorks. We’re all interested in what other people are riding, and when we’re paddling back out into the lineup and some gent is flying down the line on a peculiar craft we f’sure predicted couldn’t work, we’re certainly intrigued. We all want to surf better and it doesn’t matter how much cash you shelled out on the latest CI model, something always seems to look better.

And, while we might not be the best surfers in the world, we’re almost certainly up for surfing anything, no matter how good or bad, big or small. The same goes for equipment. The post and story you’re reading right now signifies the start of a competition we’re doing in partnership with our pals from SWELL, called #surfanything. It’s all about seeing what you’re riding. You don’t have to have a 16-board quiver, but we do need to see at least two surf crafts of some kind.

You can have a hand plane and a Catch Surf Beater. You might have a fabric print under the glass that intrigues us. Perhaps it’s the diversity of your craft. Maybe it’s because you have seven different size breaks of the Hyptp Krypto. There’s no rhyme nor reason as to what we’re looking for, but what we will tell you is this: It doesn’t matter how big or small the budget of this quiver is, it’s just something that piques our interest.

Email a picture of your quiver to [email protected] (along with some history/details on the boards), and we’ll send you a 20% discount code for use on Swell.com.

Each week we’ll tell the story of a quiver we like. The one that doesn’t discriminate, the one where you surf anything. And, we’ll throw in a gift card from Swell.com. But, there’s only so much you can talk about yourself. So, once every three months, we’ll pick the quiver that inspires us, pack up our camera crew and come visit you. We want to know about your boards and we’ll shoot a doco piece on location at your place.

At the end of the year, the star of the doco with the highest play count will win this sweet three-board quiver, featuring boards from Dane Reynolds, Kolohe Andino and Noa Deane.

How to enter:
Upload your quiver to Instagram with the hashtag #surfanything, while tagging @stab and @swell with a short piece of info on your quiver.

If you want to win the 20% off discount code from Swell, you’ll need to email the image to [email protected] along with a description on the boards and a little piece of info on each. From here, we’ll fire you back a custom code with the discount to be used on Swell.

By emailing, you’re also opting in for SWELL’s mailing list.

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