Watch: Lost Track with Torren Martyn An Australian Adventure by #polerstuff Most Australian surfers live and die by their local break. They learn how to read the take-off zones, assess the tide, swell and wind conditions, and deal with the local crowds. It’s comfortable, easy and regular. But, for those with a little more adventure in their bones, there’s still pockets of perfect uncrowded Australian waves to be found… You just have to search for them. Lost Track - Part 1, Byron Bay. from surfstitch on Vimeo. Torren Martyn is one guy who lives to search for great waves. Growing up in the popular Northern NSW town of Byron Bay, he’s no stranger to a crowded lineup and, whilst becoming...
Poler at Blues Fest Here at Poler we’ve got a little case of the post Blues Fest blues. There were good times and camp vibes in abundance over the Easter long weekend and we were stoked to be one of the official partners of this much-loved festival. Our Byron friends Zac Miguel and Lockie Marley were there to soak up the festival camp vibes. Check out their photos below. All photo credit to Zac Miguel (@zacmiguel) & Lockie Marley (@lockiemarley)
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Between issues the team at The North Journal headed up the east coast armed with a couple of camo Land Cruisers and their boards. Exploits from the trip are featured in their newly released Autumn issue - as well as in this tidy clip below. "Exploring is a luxury, but if it’s a luxury you can afford then it is only going to make you a better human. You meet countless amounts of people who all look different, think different and act different to you. It’s encountering these differences that teaches you far more than just hanging at the beach car park with the same old misfit gang you’ve been hanging with since puberty." (Excerpt from North Journal Issue No. 5).