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To celebrate International Surfing Day 2016 & the summer solstice Chemistry Surfboards and People Under The Stairs have teamed up to create a limited edition package conceived over a series of beach, beer and beat sessions. Each package includes: Continue reading

Whether you are planning on taking a surf trip down to baja, mainland Mexico, or on a 24 hour flight to Indonesia this summer, you want to make sure you bring the right boards for the types of waves you will be surfing. Continue reading

“Common Ground” features different walks of life, coming together on their journey of Just Passing Through. Continue reading

At 16-years-old, Barron Mamiya has fought his way into the Pipeline pecking order, and takes his effortless skill in waves of consequence from the North Shore across the globe.

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Life Beyond Walls: Galapagos
We are for the explorers, for those that embrace the journey. Surfers Dillon Perillo, Brett Barley, and Mike Gleason followed the footsteps of Charles Darwin, enduring 16 hours of travel to reach the little known surf destination of San Cristóbal in the Galapagos. Continue reading

We are very proud to announce our newest team rider Barron Mamiya to the Chemistry family. Continue reading

Mark your calendars for the #LiveForLoganSurfClassic, an all ages surf contest in honor of Logan Lipton. The contest will be held at North Jetty Oceanside Harbor on March 26, 2016. Continue reading

Etan Blatt’s edit from winter storm Jonas. Team riders Pat Schmidt and Mike Gleason are seen reaping the rewards from venturing up to New York for the East Coast’s last swell. Continue reading

Brian Perez at home in El Salvador ripping around on his Chemistry quiver. Continue reading

Pat Schmidt and Corey Frank ventured up to New York over the weekend to find some rideable waves from winter storm Jonas. This is what Corey had to say “Pat and I evacuated our beach house right as the storm started to hit Manasquan. We were gonna stay at Pats parents house right in town where it won’t flood. Twenty minutes later we decided we should go to NY so we packed up and headed to Balaram’s. Here are some highlights from our weekend.” Continue reading