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    June

    2019

    Ryan Wordsworth- A Chat With A Veteran Indo Surf Guide

        J: Ryan, you've been hanging around Indo & other lucrative spots, any memorable stories you'd like to share? R: Ahh so many epic stories! Surfing a perfect grinding 300m long sandbar that was doing a pretty good superbank impression with no one around. Almost getting struck by lightning in java. Surfing another secret perfect left reef in Lombok with just a few locals and all the dodgy plane and ferry rides. Living in a hut on the beach in the Mentawais was pretty special. But the one that stands out the most was surfing in Panaitan Island getting tubed while to my left there was 2 massive water spouts and a lightning storm and to my right there was the most firey sunset I’ve seen lighting up the coral underneath me in the crystal clear water.   J: How many different sunscreens have you used, which do you...
  • 13

    April

    2019

    Soul Sailor- Hans’s Solo Jukung Voyage Through The Archipelago

      Dutch seadog Hans Sluiman connected with us recently looking for all day sun protection which is made with respect for the ocean. He needed something to see him through a long solo expedition of the Indonesian Archipelago of more than 17,000+ islands. His upcoming ocean voyage captured our imagination. Between1993 and 2008 Hans explored Indonesia by Jukung on and off, often setting out for 6 months at a time. Hans has seen more of Indo and been more intimate with the Indian ocean than even the most intrepid of us surfers. We asked him to spin his tales.   Explain to us what a Jukung is, and what has inspired your trip? Jukung means small boat in Bali. A Jukung is a Balinese outrigger sailing canoe that is used for daily fishing around the coast. It's interesting because the Jukung dates back a few thousand years to the very...
  • 30

    December

    2018

    Journey To The QS- Taina Izquierdo Coming Through

    As far as surfing goes, all original Bali girl Taina Izquierdo is a pedigree candidate- raised in the Uluwatu area with local legend Cacho Izquierdo as her old man, Taina has spent the last few years carving up the grom circuits, taking out the Rip Curl Grom search in 2017 and many other titles throughout her career so far. This 17 year old ‘no longer grom’ is half Indonesian half Puerto Rican and is a diligent competitor. Humble and softly spoken, you’ll see her fighting spirit come to life when she scores a 10 foot wave. Rumour has it that both Puerto Rican and Indonesian Olympic teams have set their sites on her for the 2020 Games in Tokyo. World-class waves produce world class surfers and it’s a monumental time for Indonesian surfers like Taina and her alumni who are better represented for the international scene than ever before. We...
  • 15

    October

    2018

    Keepin' it conscious since '07- Throwback to our original packaging with Surfing Doctors

    The Surfyogis story famously started on the island of Bali back in 2007.

    Since then we've grown to share the magic of our surfscreen with retailers across Indonesia, Australia, Japan, South Africa, New Zealand, the Philippines, USA and Hawaii. 

    The Surfyogis story famously started on the island of Bali back in 2007. Since then we've grown to share the magic of our surfscreen with retailers across Indonesia, Australia, Japan, South Africa, New Zealand, the Philippines, USA and Hawaii.  Keepin' it conscious since '07 http://surfingdoctors.com/1695/dont-get-roasted-this-summer-get-yourself-some-surf-yogis-zinc/      
  • 30

    August

    2018

    See how Surfyogis stacks up against other sun protection

    A review from the girls over at Still Stoked! A review from the girls over at Still Stoked! https://www.stillstoked.com/feature/best-surf-sunscreen-review-brands/
  • 08

    August

    2018

    Prime Surfing Magazine Germany are loving Surfyogis Surfscreen... according to google translate)!

    For our German Surfyogis, check out our killer review below...  https://prime-surfing.de/surf-sonnen-cremes-pid17515/    
  • 04

    January

    2018

    We chat to the gravity defying, competitive surfer, Rhys Smith about disappearing Beng-Beng's, jeans that give you wings and taking karmic action in the line up!

      Back in November, deep in the Javanese jungle, we had the chance to hang out with the gravity-defying, competitive surfer, Rhys Smith (@waaxhead). We chatted about disappearing Beng-Beng's, jeans that give you wings and taking karmic action in the lineup!   SY: Nickname? RS: Never really had one stick   SY: Airs or Barrels? RS: Everyone knows how deep you can get in a barrel now, I get pumped on doing airs. There are so many variations of airs now you can try. They keep the progression going in surfing. It’s exciting when your rock up to a spot and see someone land a huge air off a crazy section they probably could have gotten barrelled in. But If you asked me after I’ve been surfing shitty onshore waves for a week or so I would say getting barrelled.   SY: Which surfer inspires you? RS: I would have...
  • 12

    October

    2017

    Surfyogis Team Rider Thomas Kirby on surfing in Bali

    SY: Nickname? TK: Shit, I'm not proud of any nicknames and I definitely don't think I'm even worthy of an interview but here we go.... Playing rugby, my nickname was meathead- other than that... Kirby   SY: Age? TK: Old as Fark!!!!   SY: Which surfer inspires you? TK: Rob Machado’s style, Dorian’s big wave game and Matt Meola’s progression.   SY: Favourite local surfer? TK: John McGuirl cause he sorts out the f#*k heads in the lineup with a bit of comedy factor!   SY: Nasi or Mie goring? TK: Sponsored by mie goreng    SY: Airs or barrels? TK: I'm way too old to be doing airs and knowing my background I would break an ankle when I land, so barrels- definitely barrels!   SY: Favourite surf spot? TK: I would tell you, but the Maori boys back home would break my legs. It's a right hander    SY:...
  • 29

    July

    2017

    The Inertia put Surfyogis ALL GOOD zinc to the test

    How do you think we measure up compared to other reef friendly products? Check out this article from The Inertia. http://www.theinertia.com/surf/we-tested-6-reef-safe-face-sunscreens/
  • 13

    February

    2017

    Yasnyiar Bonne Gea, Asia's number 1 female surfer talks about her ALL NATURAL face protection

    Natural Sunblock for face and why we need it?...       Sunny day, perfect waves and I'm ready to surf... I can be in the water for couple of hours and will be back only if I get hungry. The sun can be soooooo HOT. And at the end of the day, I will get sunburn on my face and my lips. Ouch!!! That was me few years ago.   The good news is.... I found this natural surfscreen Zinc and I fall in love at the first time, surfyogis. I've been using Surfyogis for few years and I definitely recommend it to you if you are an ocean lover or even if you just wanna chillin' at the beach. This natural zinc can protect my face and lips while Im surfing for couple of hours. And its true, it last for hours.
  • 22

    November

    2016

    Featured in Mens Journal

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    Mens Journal reports on Surfyogis. What a great write up. The All-Natural Super Sunscreen!!   Thanks Mens Journal. 
  • 22

    November

    2016

    Kelly Slater and Surfyogis

    Surfyogis....the best surfscreen in the world...our mate kelly seems to think so too....

    Surfyogis....the best surfscreen in the world...our mate kelly seems to think so too....

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