This right-hand point break is arguably the most popular, famous, and culturally-significant surf spot in California.
Clearly visible from Pacific Coast Highway, this Summer-time favorite has been at the epicenter of California longboard culture since before there was a surf culture.
When long-period South swells start to hit the Southern California coast, you can bet that the lineup at Malibu is going to be packed with longboarders, shortboards, locals, visitors, experts, and novices.
Whether you prefer to paddle out and join the wave-catching circus, or watch from the pier, Malibu Surfrider is a spot with an undeniable allure.
Add the Malibu Flag to your collection.
As you well-know, we love artifacts that celebrate memorable places and significant moments—which is why we were stoked to create these fish capture flags with our friends at Windward-Westward.
These hand-made canvas fish flags feature a woven label on the back, meant for marking significant moments in time: memorable catches with people you hold most dearly.
Shop the entire Slightly Choppy x Windward-Westward collection.
Scott had the opportunity to create the flag for the Surfrider Foundation's national campaign call "United States and Oceans of America." The purpose was to rally all Americans to treat our bodies of water like we do our lands. A beautiful short film was shot with Scott painting and stitching the flag.
See it here.
..a flag with a purpose... the Surfrider Foundation is launching a new campaign that celebrates our oceans and lakes of America... @unitedstatesandoceansofamerica
I was honored to make a few limited flags to spark the conversation... We are the United States and Oceans of America. The land and oceans of the free. The home and waves of the brave. Join the Surfrider Foundation and take action.
In May, we were privileged to attend the Founder's Cup at KS Wave Co's Surf Ranch.