If you surf the same break every day, you’ll see the same crew. And sometimes, you’ll make friendships that will move from the surf to the turf. Jason ‘Mini’ Blanchard and Dane Reynolds met surfing the same break when Dane Reynolds was a lanky 15 year old with ‘an insane backhand’. Mini saw something in Dane, Dane saw something in Mini – then they got to work. It’s been over 10 years and they’re still shooting. Watch episode 1 (below) and episode 2 (above) to see how Marine Layer Productions came about.
 

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A trip to the Mentawis is unforgettable no matter how old you are. 15 year old Hawaiian Noa Mizuno just had a game changer of a surf trip, multiple barrels and near death by fireworks included.

While the Pipeline Masters are soon to kick off on the other side of the planet, it's the North Atlantic coastlines of France, Spain and Portugal that have been firing and on home turf, Jeremy Flores just dropped a clip showing the rest of us what we missed in Euro-land.

Pathology: Teaser from Cowabunga on Vimeo.

Last weekend Bryan Fox premiered Pathology, with a few hundred of his closest friends – who also enjoyed the free booze and baked goods. We caught up with him to find out a bit more about the making of the film and what's up next. Check out the trailer now and don’t miss the online premiere on Snowboarder.com on November 19.

During a layday at the Quiksilver Pro France, Kind Surf held a workshop with a small group of disadvantaged local kids and adults in Capbreton. Kind Surf, an NGO headed up by international model and eco-activist Almudena Fernandez, hosts many workshops a year in Spain. Their motto is "Bring Happiness", and on this particular sunny afternoon is exactly what they did.

As the 2014 Quiksilver Pro France comes to an end, we wanted to reflect one more time on the magical little region known as les Landes. For two weeks a year, Hossegor and the surrounding area becomes a playground for both the world's best surfers and the common folk looking to mix and mingle with the elite wave-sliders. To illustrate the point, we tapped Surf Europe Mag's editor-in-chief Paul Evans and legendary European photographers Bernard Testemale and Timo Jarvinen .