COR Surf, Paige Alms and the 2020 Olympics – Tagged "cor surf"
COR Surf's Back to School Essentials

COR Surf's Back to School Essentials

It’s that exciting time of the year where a slight chill sneaks back into the air, pumpkin-everything and other unseasonably early holiday decorations explode all at once from every grocery store crevice and the groms slowly, but surely, lumber back to school. A song opposite of Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out” would fit well for the old timers who have anxiously waited to get their sparse noonday sessions back into swing.

October 12, 2018 by Nick Van de Kamp
Paige Alms Begins Journey to 2020 Olympics with Canadian Surf Team

Paige Alms Begins Journey to 2020 Olympics with Canadian Surf Team

Recently, Paige Alms, two-time big wave world champion and COR Surf team rider, has made inroads towards joining the 2020 Canadian Olympic Surf Team, a roster of six professional men and women Canadian surfers who aim to kick major Olympic bootie. Alms was born in Canada, then bounced to Australia and finally, when she was about nine-years-old, she planted roots on Maui with her mom.
Get your Surfboards Organized with COR Surf and Paddleboard Racks

Get your Surfboards Organized with COR Surf and Paddleboard Racks

Most garages are far from immaculate. Even the neat freak should still consider dust, bugs and, most importantly, a cold hard concrete floor, as cold as the cement it’s made from. It has no mercy and it’s coming for your board. Or—your board may be coming for it—depending on your or your roommate’s hoarding status. Surf and Paddleboards can easily get damages, costing you tons of money in repairs.
Surfing Jamaica with Surf Photographer Kurt Steinmetz and his Grom Crew!

Surfing Jamaica with Surf Photographer Kurt Steinmetz and his Grom Crew!

For the past 35 years, Kurt Steinmetz has been in the water shooting photos of surfers and waves around the world. Hailing from Huntington Beach, California, Kurt is also a musician who plays trumpet, percussion and keyboards in ska/reggae band Dual Eyed Mic, who has opened for reggae bands like Toots & The Maytals among many other popular groups. For the past two years, Steinmetz and his son have ventured to the small Caribbean Island of Jamaica, well-known for the roots of reggae music and but not so well-known for waves. However, every beach has its day, no matter the location. 
October 02, 2017 by Nick Van de Kamp