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See you in the lineup – Greg Kroleski signing out

Hey surfers & fans of SurfScience.com – I have some news that is both exciting & a little sad. After three wonderful years I’m hanging up my SurfScience hat and heading on to new projects.

I have LOVED being a part of this community growing into what it is today and am so appreciative for all of the awesome people that have helped along the way. I’ve gotten a chance to sit down and talk with tons of great folks who’s brains are libraries of surfing know-how. It has been my pleasure to help gather that information and try to present it to all of our online readers.

While at SurfScience I was able to help out in many aspects – from marketing to product design and algorithm planning, but one of my favorite parts was writing articles for all of you. A  few of my favorites include:

Indo Board Workouts for Surfers

April Fools 2010 – California Surfbaord Permits

How to Choose the Best Surfboard for Your Waves

I’m excited to see how SurfScience continues to grow and what new projects the rest of the team puts into action. There are a lot of cool ideas in the works!

So, farewell from the digital world, next time I see you will be out in the lineup – catching waves and yew-ing all the way to the shore!

Surf Scientist for Life,

Greg Kroleski

Why I Love The Frog House

why I love the Frog House

The Frog House of Newport Beach, CA

The Frog House is a surf shop in Newport Beach, CA.  Its basically one of my favorite places.

Its been around for years and the owner, TK, has kept it true to the roots of a core surf shop.  Most of the floor space is devoted to surfboards, with the rest going to wetsuits, skateboards, fins and DVDs.  They sell a few T-shirts but most of their sales come from products that are used “for surfing” as opposed to “for surfers.” Continue reading ‘Why I Love The Frog House’

Week Of Great Surf

This week we’ve had more good surf in So-Cal than we had in any month last year.  A lot of waves have been rolling in.

 

nice wave

One of the rights in La Jolla, CA

Continue reading ‘Week Of Great Surf’

Snowboarding For Surfers

greg kroleski snowboarding

I’m mainly a surfer.  When it comes to board sports, my TOB (time on board) breaks down to about: 60% surfboards, 20% longboard skateboards, 15% balance boards, 3% snowboards & 2% other boards.

This winter’s been pretty flat though, so I decided to join some buddies on a snowboarding trip to Lake Tahoe last week.  (Little did I know the one one swell that hits in the past two months would be during that week) Continue reading ‘Snowboarding For Surfers’

Merry Christmas!

greg kroleski christmasMerry Christmas everyone.  Thanks for reading my blog.

A special thanks to everyone that helped by sharing their expertise with SurfScience.  Tim Bessell, Bert Burger, Mark Richards,  Indo Board, C-Drive Fins, Martin Dunn, Hydroflex Surfboards, NoHo, Goofboard, Todd Proctor, Surf Zone, Dave Allee, Daniel Thomson, Vew-Do, and so many more.

Here’s to a new year filled with more great info on surfboards, surfing and waves.

See you in 2011!

Flat, Cold & Rainy

😦

How I Keep Stoked In The Wintertime

This will probably turn into a full article but here are some preview pics.  In So Cal, after the time change it starts getting dark around 5pm.  I work until about 7pm so that means there is no chance of there being light when I’m off work.  However, after a long day, nothing is better to unwind to than a little stoke.

night surfing Continue reading ‘How I Keep Stoked In The Wintertime’


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