Category: Opinion/Editorial

Numb Skulls Hunt Irish Slabs

In our latest issue of Rambler Surf Magazine, we covered Ryan Simalchik, Rob Kelly, and Stevie Pittman surfing the first Winter Storm of the cold water season in their first installment of the Numb Skulls series. Now, there’s episode two and it just got real. The boys sent it across the Atlantic to the land […]

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Music for Monday Morning

  Yea, Mondays suck. It’s pretty much inevitable… Unless, you’re Alex Krenkel and you have a full day off to play Fortnite and chat up Tinder ladies. Not all of us are this fortunate, so you may need a little more motivation to open your eyes and be nice to assholes you hate.   Not […]

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“Exposed” by Simon Hetrick

  One of the surfers featured in our latest magazine just dropped a killer (mostly) East Coast surf edit. This was an impressive watch–to see a Maryland surfer (born in Pennsylvania) putting out a film that competes with any other pro surfers’ work in the game.     Hetrick surfs with style, without sacrificing true […]

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Good Morning, Ben Gravy

  Good morning. We’re not sure why there hasn’t been any Ben Gravy vlogs feature on our website… This dude is a Jersey legend, and (especially in this video) he promotes a great mantra for living life, on and off his surfboard.   And, of course, the guy rips. He’s one of the best surfers […]

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Parquet Courts in Philadelphia

  “These Dudes Were on Ellen?” “We are conductors of sound, heat, and energy.”   These are the first words Andrew Savage howls at an excited, thirsty, drunk audience in muggy Philadelphia. He knows what he’s doing. He appears to be well-versed in the ways of energy transference. And, sure enough, the crowd becomes liquid. No […]

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What Your Peers Thought of the Founders’ Cup

  After the first-ever WSL event ran at Slater’s wave pool in Leemore, California, the worldwide web’s surfers caused a ruckus on surf-centric Internet platforms.   The modern wave pool has also begun making a waves outside surf culture as well. The event even got attention from general news media sources and love from all kinds […]

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Island Time

If you’re from the East Coast, you know that Wintertime is for travel. One can only take consistently gray skies and bitter cold for so long. Winter waves often smooth this off-season struggle, but session satisfaction deteriorates significantly under cold conditions.   However, a Spirit booking and an Airbnb rental can only get one so far. […]

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Tyler Warren in “SUR”

  Tyler Warren don’t care if it’s “Charlie’s Point” or not. He’ll ride it with a fish, thruster, step-up, or an egg…   Warren’s new edit isn’t groundbreaking. But, with good music and consistently stylish surfing on a warm, right-hand point break, you can’t help but get lost in this one.   The Clash plays […]

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OBX Won’t Stop Impressing Us

  Brett Barley and the Outer Banks’ most faithful have this place dialled. If you’ve never seen it in person, you almost can’t grasp how barreled these guys actually get. However, this video sure gives the viewer a good idea.   Not so sure about the ska, wanna-be-punk music. Nor are we comfortable with the […]

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Put an Advertisement in the Next Magazine

Many people believe that print magazines should be free. Hell, some of us writing this may even agree with that statement. However, a free publication is not possible without advertisers.   Advertising raises money for the printed publication in exchange for a business/company name being mentioned/shown inside the mag. It’s a pretty awesome and equal […]

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