The POP Fishing & Marine Expo kicks off National Safe Boating Week (May 21-27, 2016) and brings awareness to boating and marine safety in Hawaii. Shop our biggest sale of the year, browse new products and one day only event pricing. Enjoy food, kids ice dig, hourly giveaways, and live demos. Spin the 93.1 Da Pa'ina and ALT 105.9 prize wheels for free stuff all day.
New at Local Motion is Trace. This small puck of electronic genius measures every metric about your surfing. From how many degrees you clock in on each turn, to how fast you're flying down the line, to even how far you weaved from start to finish. This device uses GPS tracking to calculate these metrics and help improve your surfing. Beyond the water, Trace also has an auto video editing program that overlays your stats and cuts out the down time between waves. With no lulls in the action, you can focus on the details in your surfing in your video analysis. Perfect for the laser sharp competitor or rippers looking to add an edge to their game, Trace is here to make sure your progression never slows down.
Available soon at Local Motions Ala Moana and Koko Marina locations.
Earlier this summer, the boys from Catch Surf toured the country spreading stoke and good vibes. On their visit to Oahu, Jamie O’Brien, Kalani Robb, and Josh Moniz stopped by our Koko Marina location to stamp Beaters and then carried the party over to Sandy’s where one lucky grom took home a Moniz Brothers Catch Surf board. Nothing but good times and smiles when these gents are in town. Cheers to a great tour! Until next time…
Summer time for a grom means days full of waves and free of homework. That's the life! This summer, Kaiser took a trip down to Indonesia in search of those waves we've all daydreamed about in class.
Arriving just before the swell of the decade reached Indo shores, Kaiser and fam scored some epic waves and even had time to bag a few fish while the waves were small. Once the swell returned Kaiser nabbed the wave of his life and packed a barrel that made us all jealous as we frothed out looking at photos sent from his father, Geoff. Being the incredible kid that he is, Kaiser also had time to visit a school and take some school supplies to the local keiki who were mightily fascinated by his sandy blonde hair.
Peek a few images from the trip below. Boy, how nice an Indo visit sounds right about now...
This Friday, June 26, the boys from Catch Surf are swinging by our Koko Marina location to cruise, talk shop, and give things away! Come by to meet the team, then join us at Sandys for a super shred sesh! Their prizes are always off the hook so you don't want to miss this!
Catch Surf Get Wet Tour
When & Where:
Friday June 26
Local Motion Koko Marina
4 p.m. till sundown
The life of a grom is awesome. Unlimited amounts of energy, superb flexibility, and stoke that extends through the clouds. We spent a morning running around the North Shore with Kaiser and fit in more activities than most working folk can make time for in a whole week. Here's a few images of Kaiser doing what he does best...shredding!
Mapping out the line.
Kaiser and his favorite corner section.
While everyone was out of position and nowhere near ready, Kaiser tweak a massive air over the hip. We all missed it but here, Kaiser lines up another styled out frontside grab.
Measuring out the extension.
Unlaced the skate shoes and laced up the leash for a quick midmorning dip.
Inside section backside wrap.
Kaiser gave us the lowdown on his quiver so we could get our next customs dialed like his.
His favorite stick at the moment, the Tokoro SFS model. This board measures 4'3" x 15 1/4" x 1 5/8".
Topped off the morning with a little Matsumoto's shave ice.
Cheers to a great day with the super grom!
The life of a grom is awesome. Every second filled with stoke...when school isn't in session of course.
See how Kaiser spent his winter around the North Shore and in some colder than usual conditions as well.
Video: Super Dad Geoff Auberlen