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Punker Pat is on The Wire
In this new episode of The Wire Podcast Pat Towersey tells us his favorite fin combination for top turns like this on his Tomo Evo. 
In this brand new episode, Pat Towersey tells us:

- What it's like to have Kelly Slater as a houseguest.

 - When to surf an Evo (and when not to).

- The one trick to getting in and out barrels while body surfing.

Our favorite part is the hilarious story of how he was given the nickname Punker Pat at 12 years old while being strangled on the floor of a home owned by the founder of Volcom.

You can find links to this episode Here. 
Pat illustrates the Evo's outline against a sunlit sky. Click image to listen to this episode. 
Demo This Weekend
Your favorite board models from the past and future will be at HSS this weekend.
Our demo truck will be parked at Huntington Surf and Sport this Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 5 PM by Huntington Beach Pier.

It will be full of boards by Tomo Surfboards, Slater Designs, Dan Mann and more. So come surf any board you want for free. Because it looks like there will be waves. 
Now in Surf Shops
Wingnut finds a lip that pitches on his 7'6 Seaxe.
For the first time in 2017 we've refreshed many surf shops with a new batch of Robert "Wingnut" Weaver's favorite boards for tripping through Costa Rica.

You'll find the Seaxe on surf shop racks from 7'2 to 7'10, and the Wingnut Noserider from 9'0 to 9'8. 
On the nose in Costa Rica riding his 9'4 Wingnut Noserider.
Firewire is dedicated to building high performance surfboards and accessories through innovative design, materials and construction methods. We strive to do so with the lowest possible impact on the environment while also giving back to the global surf community through support of various environmental and humanitarian organizations.

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