The 2014 Hurley Pro is here, and with solid swell already marching in, expect to see the world’s best surfers push the sport to all new heights. To watch the event live, visit here

Our friends Cheap Girls stopped by Hurley Recordings to jam out a performance of 'Slow Nod.' Learn more about the band here and grab your favorite Cheap Girls gear here

When the future's this bright, it's easy to see where surfing's headed. For Jake Marshall, Barron Mamiya, Nick Marshall and Noah Beschen, a trip to Indonesia was all it took to light the way.

This Friday, there will be a service held to commemorate Jay's life and the amazing commemorations he made to skate and surf culture. Click 'Full Story' for details concerning the ceremony.

John John Florence and Kelly Slater discuss their historical heat, which took place during arguably the greatest surfing contest of all time at Teahupo'o.

Costa Rica’s Carlos Munoz will be taking on the world’s best this September at the Hurley Pro. The Hurley Pro Trials started with an impressive field of sixteen of the world’s best surfers, all with one goal in mind: get a spot into the Hurley Pro. Despite impressive social media campaigns by many of the competitors, Carlos Munoz managed to rally a nation overnight, garnering a huge amount of votes and winning the coveted spot to this year’s Hurley Pro. Thank you to all the competitors for their entries, and to everyone who voted. See you at Lowers.

The final installment of Redbull Surfing's 'The Ripple Effect' gives you an inside look at how Bob Hurley broke out of the surf industry norm and realized his vision. Watch here

The first wildcard of the 2014 Hurley Pro has been decided. San Clemente’s Tanner Gudauskas took the win over a tough field of competitors at the Local Trials last Friday, using his local knowledge of the waves at Middles and navigating the tough conditions with ease. Click ‘Full Story’ for an update on the Hurley Pro Video Trials and deciding the second wildcard for this year’s Hurley Pro.

Time off doesn't mean time wasted. From Miguel Pupo bungie jumping off one of the world's highest bridges, Kolohe and Nat having the most competitive game of backgammon in history, safari tours and fun lay day waves, we'd say it was a pretty good stint in South Africa. Video: PK

 In Episode 21 of Walking the Floor, Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett talks with Conner Coffin about how his passions for both music and surfing. Listen to the interview here