Common Surfer’s Ear Questions
February 12, 2019
Exostosis can be an earful so we decided to simplify some of the common questions among surfers and extreme water athletes…pun intended: What is Surfer’s Ear? → Surfer’s Ear (Exostosis) is extra bone growth in the ear canal typically caused by the cooling effects of repeated exposure to cold water and wind. Surfer’s Ear is common […]
Ear Checks in Portugal
November 12, 2019
Earlier this year we offered free checks for surfer’s ear on the Boardroom Show in Del Mar in California and the MexiLogFest in Mexico. Now we have brought the same concept to surf shops. Last week we offered free ear checks in 8 different stores in Portugal and also a store in Sweden. As it turns out […]
September 13, 2019
We are thrilled to present this video by Kev L. Smith featuring ambassador Ollie O’Flaherty in Lahinch, Ireland. Without further ado this is Le Chéile ( means together in Irish). Did you like what you just saw? Le Chéile is up in “the shorties” at London Surf Film Festival, show your support and give it your vote here!
August 26, 2019
The west coast of Ireland can be cold, windy and rough, but damn it can be beautiful too, and no-one captures its beauty better than George Karbus. In this video his nine-year-old son Joshua shows how wonderful life can be in Ireland.
Have you heard about the ear cam?
August 23, 2019
After twenty years or so of surfing, I was nearly deaf. My friends basically referred to me as “What” because my inevitable response to everything they said to me was, “What?” I was around twenty-five. It was then that I tried SurfEars. I had already like them but after being dragged underwater for hundred yards […]
Surfing might have been around much longer than we thought
August 16, 2019
A recent study made by a team of scientists from the US and France, studied the skulls from 77 of Neanderthals and found that almost half of them had Surfer’s Ear! The Neanderthals, or Homo Neanderthalensis is an extinct close relative to Homo Sapiens (humans), that lived in Europe and Asia 400 000 to 40 […]
The waves of my life at Skeleton Bay
August 6, 2019
So basically I was waiting for the last 5 years to surf this wave and I check the charts every week when it’s winter in the southern hemisphere and last week a big storm with unusual direction popped up . I waited until 2 days before the swell to book the flights to be sure, the […]
Ultimate Freedom Part III: This is Africa
July 19, 2019
While typing these lines I’m leaning back in seat 33E on United Airlines flight UA114 from Tahiti/French Polynesia to San Francisco/USA and just ordered my second Gin Tonic while the sun is rising between the clouds somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. You might think: wait – in the last blog post you´ve written about crossing […]