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Rip Curl Women's A2693G - WHI Cruise Silicone White Analog Surf Watch
Rip Curl Women's A2693G - WHI Cruise Silicone White Analog Surf Watch
The year: 1969. A man called Armstrong is about to walk on the moon.(In fact, the day he does so, Bells Beach is ten foot and near perfect. Two Torquay locals, Charlie Bartlett and Brian Singer,surf their brains out before going home to watch the other momentous event on black and white TV.)In Australia, surfing is at a curious stage of its development. The short board revolution of 1967 has created a frenzy of experimentation in surfboard design and surfing technique.In the cool climate of Victoria, sanity prevails in design and technique, if not in the temperaments of the surfers. The cold, always a great leveller, has created a hardy breed of surfer who has no time for the hoopla and hype of the glitter beach capitals of the world. And by 1969 these like-minded souls have begun to gravitate towards the equally no-frills seaside town of Torquay, just a couple of kilometers away from Bells Beach, home of some of the most challenging waves in Australia.And it is into this environment that Doug Claw Warbrick and Brian Sing Ding Singer decide to pitch their fledgling surf company, Rip Curl. And yes, it will be called Rip Curl.Rip Curl Surfboards did well in a highly competitive market which had opened up in response to the revolution in design. Pioneers like Gordon Woods and Barry Bennett in Sydney and George Rice in Victoria had been joined by hundreds of wide-eyed hopefuls operating, like Rip Curl, out of garages and tool sheds.In many cases enthusiasm and innovation overshadowed technical expertise and quality, but Rip Curl concentrated on producing a small number of functional surfcraft for local waves.In 1970, however, Warbrick and Singer made the decision which changes forever the nature of their fledgling company. Looking at the essential needs of their fellow surfers in cold-water Victoria, they see that one a board to ride is being serviced by too many companies, while the other a wetsuit to keep out the cold is being serviced by only two, one of whom makes w
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Rip Curl Men A2410BLK Analog Surf with ABS Case and Strap Watch
Rip Curl Men A2410BLK Analog Surf with ABS Case and Strap Watch
The year 1969. A man called Armstrong is about to walk on the moon.In fact the day he does so Bells Beach is ten foot and near perfect. Two Torquay locals Charlie Bartlett and Brian Singersurf their brains out before going home to watch the other momentous event on black and white TV.In Australia surfing is at a curious stage of its development. The short board revolution of 1967 has created a frenzy of experimentation in surfboard design and surfing technique.In the cool climate of Victoria sanity prevails in design and technique if not in the temperaments of the surfers. The cold always a great leveller has created a hardy breed of surfer who has no time for the hoopla and hype of the glitter beach capitals of the world. And by 1969 these likeminded souls have begun to gravitate towards the equally nofrills seaside town of Torquay just a couple of kilometers away from Bells Beach home of some of the most challenging waves in Australia.And it is into this environment that Doug Claw Warbrick and Brian Sing Ding Singer decide to pitch their fledgling surf company Rip Curl. And yes it will be called Rip Curl.Rip Curl Surfboards did well in a highly competitive market which had opened up in response to the revolution in design. Pioneers like Gordon Woods and Barry Bennett in Sydney and George Rice in Victoria had been joined by hundreds of wideeyed hopefuls operating like Rip Curl out of garages and tool sheds.In many cases enthusiasm and innovation overshadowed technical expertise and quality but Rip Curl concentrated on producing a small number of functional surfcraft for local waves.In 1970 however Warbrick and Singer made the decision which changes forever the nature of their fledgling company. Looking at the essential needs of their fellow surfers in coldwater Victoria they see that one a board to ride is being serviced by too many companies while the other a wetsuit to keep out the cold is being serviced by only two one of whom makes wetsuits for divers and has o
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Rip Curl Men's A1083 - BLK Pipeline World Tide Black Digital Tide Surfing Watch
Rip Curl Men's A1083 - BLK Pipeline World Tide Black Digital Tide Surfing Watch
The year: 1969. A man called Armstrong is about to walk on the moon.(In fact, the day he does so, Bells Beach is ten foot and near perfect. Two Torquay locals, Charlie Bartlett and Brian Singer,surf their brains out before going home to watch the other momentous event on black and white TV.)In Australia, surfing is at a curious stage of its development. The short board revolution of 1967 has created a frenzy of experimentation in surfboard design and surfing technique.In the cool climate of Victoria, sanity prevails in design and technique, if not in the temperaments of the surfers. The cold, always a great leveller, has created a hardy breed of surfer who has no time for the hoopla and hype of the glitter beach capitals of the world. And by 1969 these like-minded souls have begun to gravitate towards the equally no-frills seaside town of Torquay, just a couple of kilometers away from Bells Beach, home of some of the most challenging waves in Australia.And it is into this environment that Doug Claw Warbrick and Brian Sing Ding Singer decide to pitch their fledgling surf company, Rip Curl. And yes, it will be called Rip Curl.Rip Curl Surfboards did well in a highly competitive market which had opened up in response to the revolution in design. Pioneers like Gordon Woods and Barry Bennett in Sydney and George Rice in Victoria had been joined by hundreds of wide-eyed hopefuls operating, like Rip Curl, out of garages and tool sheds.In many cases enthusiasm and innovation overshadowed technical expertise and quality, but Rip Curl concentrated on producing a small number of functional surfcraft for local waves.In 1970, however, Warbrick and Singer made the decision which changes forever the nature of their fledgling company. Looking at the essential needs of their fellow surfers in cold-water Victoria, they see that one a board to ride is being serviced by too many companies, while the other a wetsuit to keep out the cold is being serviced by only two, one of whom makes w
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Rip Curl Men's A1103 - BLK K38 Tidemaster Silicone Black Analog Tide Surf Watch
Rip Curl Men's A1103 - BLK K38 Tidemaster Silicone Black Analog Tide Surf Watch
The year: 1969. A man called Armstrong is about to walk on the moon.(In fact, the day he does so, Bells Beach is ten foot and near perfect. Two Torquay locals, Charlie Bartlett and Brian Singer,surf their brains out before going home to watch the other momentous event on black and white TV.)In Australia, surfing is at a curious stage of its development. The short board revolution of 1967 has created a frenzy of experimentation in surfboard design and surfing technique.In the cool climate of Victoria, sanity prevails in design and technique, if not in the temperaments of the surfers. The cold, always a great leveller, has created a hardy breed of surfer who has no time for the hoopla and hype of the glitter beach capitals of the world. And by 1969 these like-minded souls have begun to gravitate towards the equally no-frills seaside town of Torquay, just a couple of kilometers away from Bells Beach, home of some of the most challenging waves in Australia.And it is into this environment that Doug Claw Warbrick and Brian Sing Ding Singer decide to pitch their fledgling surf company, Rip Curl. And yes, it will be called Rip Curl.Rip Curl Surfboards did well in a highly competitive market which had opened up in response to the revolution in design. Pioneers like Gordon Woods and Barry Bennett in Sydney and George Rice in Victoria had been joined by hundreds of wide-eyed hopefuls operating, like Rip Curl, out of garages and tool sheds.In many cases enthusiasm and innovation overshadowed technical expertise and quality, but Rip Curl concentrated on producing a small number of functional surfcraft for local waves.In 1970, however, Warbrick and Singer made the decision which changes forever the nature of their fledgling company. Looking at the essential needs of their fellow surfers in cold-water Victoria, they see that one a board to ride is being serviced by too many companies, while the other a wetsuit to keep out the cold is being serviced by only two, one of whom makes w
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