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Hobie and Dick Metz

The Hobie book is a great read, 
order your copy HERE!

Surfing Heritage Founder, Dick Metz has lived an amazing, exciting, and charmed life! Aside from establishing one of the greatest historical surfing institutions in the world, Metz had a hand in numerous surf-related ventures in his storied past. From early travels to Africa, Polynesia, and beyond, watch as Metz relates his tale that went on to inspire Bruce Brown to create the greatest surf film of all time, The Endless Summer. Learn about the early days of Hobie, Clark Foam, Surfline Hawaii and Jams, and more. Like a real-life Forrest Gump, Dick Metz has had a hand in creating some of surfing's most iconic brands, topping it off with the creation of Surfing Heritage! We recorded an evening held at the SHACC in which Metz gave his firsthand account of his world travels and more, captured in this DVD.
CLICK HERE to order your copy
The Dick Metz Hobie Edition is in! 


Blogger Unknown said...

Dick, you rock with your travel adventures. Thumbs up!

October 11, 2013 at 11:06 AM  
Anonymous Freddy Newman said...

I think this is the best gift for those peoples who are love travel and travel story's. I have many travel story's books in my shelf. I will order two books one for me an other for my friend. He will like it.

January 25, 2014 at 3:59 AM  

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