Surfing in Hawaii
Surf Shops, Locations, Surf Schools, Equipment
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Barnfield’s Raging Isle
BKB MAKAHA Surf School
Blue Planet Surf Shop
Diamond Head Surfboards
Downing Surf & Water Sts Surf School
Hawaiian Island Creations
Hawaiian Island Surf & Sport
Hawaiian Ocean Sports
Hawaiian Surf Designs
Hawaii-tech Surf Sports
Honolua Surf Co.
M. Wellman Surfboards
North Shore Surf Shop
Quality Surf Shop
Salty’s Surf Shack
South Shore Waikiki
Surfboard Factory Outlet
Surfers Paradise Surf Shop
Wave Riding Vehicles
Xcel Hawaii Inc.
Honolulu, Haleiwa, Kapolei, Mililani, Aiea, Lahaina, Kailua, Hawaii
Honolulu, Kihei, Koloa, Lahaina, Lihue, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Kohala Coast, Hawaii
Waikoloa, Honolulu, Kahului, Kaneohe, Kihei, Lahaina, Pearl City, Waipahu, Hawaii
Waipahu-Waipio Gentry, Hawaii
The locations above are business listings for surfing in Hawaii. The list may not yet be complete as we are still searching for locations. Are you familiar with a new or unlisted shop for surfing in Hawaii? Please recommend a company.
Different types of surfing include bodysurfing, stand up paddle surfing, paipo boarding, bodyboards, longboarding, shortboarding, tandem surfing and sidewalk surfing (skateboarding). Other objects have been used to attempt to surf such as water skiis, wood boards, guitars, wakeboards, doors, canoes, kayaks, boats and much more. These are mainly for experimentation and fun because nothing works quite like the design of the surfboard.
Surfing is more than a recreational activity for some; it’s a lifestyle. California and Hawaii offer the best wave conditions in the United States so the surf culture is most popular in those two states. Surfing is now a multi-billion dollar industry through the clothing and fashion markets.
GoPro Cameras: Alana and Monyca Surfing Hawaii
GoPro Cameras: Dreams with Kelia Moniz – Roxy Wahine Classic 2011
GoPro® HD Cameras: Alana Blanchard Surfer Girl On Network A
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