“There were three main reasons: we wanted to travel as sustainably as we could before we got too old to enjoy it; we wanted to show our kids Africa so they would grow up connected to the continent they were born in, not more familiar with imported culture; but mostly we wanted to ‘seize the day’ and hang out with them while they were still young enough to think we were cool.
Local Cape based innovators, Mike Schlebach and Jasper Eales, over at Sealand Gear, have just rewritten the rules of the "up-cycling" game.
Design meets Surf in this innovative 3 way exchange of trade concept. Plus they made a rad film!
RTB gets philosophical with board builder, Liam Bulgen and explores the concept of surfing as art or sport as well as focusing a lens on his latest Muti creations.
As the collective effort to forge a sustainable future gathers momentum, across the spectrum, from the World Economic Forum’s experts to prominent surfboard shaper’s, it appears we’re making some optimistic discoveries.
Roll The Bones interviews Folk Artist Jeremy Loops on the worldwide release of his single and music video titled "Waves". Music Video & BTS pics inside - Check it out!
United under the name, The Loggers Union, this small group began to grow and influence other surfers from around the country.
Reflections on Professional and Junior surfing in South Africa
We've partnered with two talented surfboard producers to offer a range of high performance, durable and eco-friendly surfboards! Roll the Bones is proud to be the Cape Town representative. Shaped by Frank Oberholzer and glassed by Chippa Williams deep in the South Coast jungle of KZN, South Africa. Frankie is the owner of the most raw …