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Wetsuits should feel like a second skin...

... that's what we think, anyways.              

Abysse X Nixon

Every step takes you to a special journey, ours is built by following our path and intuition. Here at Abysse, we set out to empower women and create designs that are timeless & chic; functional and fashionable. I believe that by sticking core to that DNA, Abysse's true power shines through.  This DNA...

Moorea Coral Gardeners

Moorea Coral Gardeners TERRITORIES AT SEA in an ATYPICAL ENVIRONMENTAL   Has your mind ever been blown away? The first time I experienced this true Utopia was while diving in the crystal clear lagoon of my island home, Tahiti. As soon as I opened my eyes under water, all I could see was an infinite...

Hommage to Jack O'neill, pioneer of the Wetsuit

Words by Sam Roberts from the New York Times 'Like every successful product, the wetsuit had multiple fathers. Hugh Bradner, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and a former Manhattan Project physicist, originated a synthetic rubber version in 1951 as insulation for deep-sea and scu...

ABYSSE X FLYING PHANTOM

At Abysse, we value our girls for their athleticism and their love of the ocean, which is why we are so proud to share this stunning video of Celina Burlin, sailor chick and all round bad-ass. She is the first female sailor to win a foiling event, and has been competing in world class regattas and events f...

The Taylor Camp, or an ode to the 70s

These photographs were taken by Taylor Camp resident, John Wehrheim. The accounts of the Taylor Camp residents are displayed in his book, Taylor Camp.    The Taylor Camp to me represents the spirits of the 1970s and the state of mind that surrounded these profound years and shaped a whole generation. The ...

3 Ways Yoga will improve your surfing

Here are 3 ways Yoga will improve your surfing, so you can stay inspired while the surf is flat, the weather is too cold, or you are injured... The same principals can apply to both yoga and surfing. Where one requires flexibility of the mind and the body, the other is adapting to mother nature and the law...

Today in the world of Women Surfing

Today I could not be more proud to be a woman. yesterday we crowned the first ever Big Wave Women World Champion, Paige Alms, that has dedicated her life to surf big waves, to challenge herself and define boundaries of what women are capable of doing. Paige is a self taught and self motivated surfer, whi...

The amazing story of sea nomads: the Bajau People

'An ethnic group of Malay origin, the Bajau Laut have lived almost entirely at sea for centuries. They are some of the last true nomads of the ocean. Living on the sea, crammed in make shifts boat, and living on floating houses above the ocean; the Bajau People are the sea gypsies of the ocean. It makes ...

Ghost Fishing Nets

Ghost Fishing Nets are given new life through fabric & we sue it to make our products. Bad ass. Ghost fishing nets are the silent killers of the ocean. What is a ghost fishing net? Ghost fishing refers to lost or abandoned fishing gear, also called derelict fishing gear (DFG), that continues to capture...

Eugenie Clark, the Shark Lady

Eugenie Clark, The 'Shark Lady' by By Andrea Stone, for National Geographic     Eugenie Clark, was an American marine biologist who fell in love with sharks as a child with her nose pressed against an aquarium tank—and whose research on the much maligned species earned her the nickname "Shark Lady". A ...

Martinique Journal

Martinique Journal, through the lenses of a very old Polaroid camera.   Last April, Patrick and I flew over to the Caribbean and landed on the beautiful island of Martinique, a french territory, in quest of some waves, warm water and a good time. As always when I land on a tiny island, I felt at home. Espe...

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