Moment Spring 16' Women's Apparel Lookbook

Moment Spring 16' Women's Apparel Lookbook

It's springtime on the Oregon Coast, and we've got a ton of new products in! Check out some of the latest styles we have in the shop, get out and adventure in the sun! Photos and Video by Jarett Juarez

Loading up the surfboard in the morning

Pre-surf Coffee

Classic Board Behind The Surfer Shot

Surfboard with a Barn

Sancho the French Bulldog Surfing!

PNW Surfing

PNW Surfing With Friends

PNW Surfing Cape Kiwanda, Pacific City, Oregon

Sun Hat Style

Sun at Cape Kiwanda, Oregon

Beach life in Pacific City, OR

VW Van living

VW Van Style

Hanging on the beach in a VW Bus

Hanging out in Pacific City, OR in a VW Bus on the beach!

Relaxing on the roof of a VW Bus by the sea!

Rooftop hanging on a VW Bus!

Hanging by the sea on a Volkswagen Bus

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Welcome to the team Justin Buford! Justin has been a part of the shop since we opened in 2010. He was a true local grom who would spend his days skateboarding in our parking lot and washing rental wetsuits when he wasn’t in school. His family lived just up the street and his step-dad is one of the best surfers in town. His brother-in-law comes from the legendary South County Surf family the Ledbetters. Surfing is who and what Justin is, it’s in his blood. 
It felt a lot like home, Ireland. I suppose in a bizarre way it is, as my ancestors planted their roots in county Sligo on the North West coast of the country in the early 1700's after immigrating from Scotland. Ireland has been at the top of my travel list since long before I found out there was surf there. I formed images in my head of what the landscape would look like from seeing pictures, videos and hearing stories of infamous rocky basalt point breaks and shallow heaving slabs. Every image I had crafted fell short in comparison to seeing it all in person for the first time.
Houdini was the ultimate escape artist of his time, and it’s pretty obvious that this was the reasoning behind the naming of the Firewire Houdini; a board built with large, powerful barrels in mind, as well as the act of disappearing into those barrels and then escaping while still standing. So will the Firewire Houdini have you escaping the best barrels of your life, or will you suffer the same fate as the namesake with a fatal punch in the gut when you paddle out into some bombing lineup?
“You’ve got to pay to play” or something along those lines, is what we tell ourselves whenever a board is broken during a session. When you get comfortable enough in waves that require a step-up board like Lost’s Sabo-Taj model, the likelihood of snapping it is pretty high. Extra glassing offered from many shapers can help, but it still takes just one bad wipeout or mistimed positioning to kiss your favorite PU board goodbye. So when Lib-Tech took its “dang difficult to ding” technology and combined it with Lost Surfboard’s slab hunting Sabo-Taj, could a board be born that finally holds up to heavy conditions? Let’s find out….