Degree Men: Cocoa Beach is arguably most famous as being home to the world’s largest surf shop, Ron Jon Surf Shop, however it’s also home to the greatest competition surfer the world has ever seen, Kelly Slater.
Degree Men: Trestles a consistent ‘great ride’ in Southern California which leads to large crowds and competition for waves. Trestles is a collection of breaks at San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County.
Degree Men: This popular spot for advanced Santa Cruz surfers is a wave for aggressive riders only. Suited for short boards, there are only a handful of long-board riders who would dare try this break.
Degree Men: For years locals have known that the waves were the finest on all of the East Coast but now they are getting the credit they deserve for surfing waves challenging enough for any rider, amateur to pro.
Degree Men: One of the smoothest rides found anywhere, often crowded with surfers competing for every wave. It is one of the most idyllic locations where the backdrops are the mansions of the rich and powerful.
Degree Men: Located in idyllic Waikiki, Hawaii, Castles is a second reef break, and is the South Shore’s most famous surf break even though it only becomes rideable when wave heights reach 10ft or higher.
Degree Men: Honolua Bay is a winter-time destination for Big Wave surfers. A powerful, hollow wave famous for long rides, this break also offers pristine surrounding cliffs for spectators to take in the views.
O'ahu's North Shore (Kamehameha Hwy/Ehukai Beach Park), Hale‘iwa, HI
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Degree Men: Made of 3 reefs in increasingly deep water, no matter the swell size, the reef churns out deadly powerful and heavy waves over a jagged coral reef. It is home to the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.