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Saving Threshers | Oceanographic 18

In partnership with Oceanographic, we've been sharing some of the best stories from the magazine on The Broadcast; bringing different perspectives from around the world to our community of sea lovers. In the feature article of Issue 18,...

Field Report: I Have Tried In My Way To Be Free

Freedom is a choice. A state of mind. A lifestyle. It's something you carve out, not stumble upon. Something we all seek, in our own ways... Showcasing talented filmmakers and photographers, the Field Report tells...

How To Repair Your Jacket

We believe that the most sustainable product is the one you already own. That's why our Lived & Loved repairs team have been breathing new life into old favourites for years.  Now, we've made it...

Wave Alliance x Alto Peru

We've always known that the ocean has the power to heal. To support the mounting evidence for the benefits of surf therapy,  we've been sharing stories from our friends Waves for Change and their partners...

Underwater Awakening

Over the past year, we've been sharing the exciting underwater updates from UK based Project Seagrass co-founder RJ Lilley, on their ocean rewilding journey. During the COVID19 pandemic and through the restoration project, some of the Proje

What is Sea7?

In response to global leaders attending the G7 summit in Cornwall, Finisterre will be hosting Sea7; an online ocean activist training camp. Streamed live from our cliff-top Workshop on June 10th, we’re bringing together leading...

Reading the Sea | Oceanographic 18

 In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, we've been sharing some of the best stories from the magazine on The Broadcast, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. In Issue 18, Finisterre Ambassador and social ecolo

Soundwaves | In conversation with Elder Island

With a shared history of innovation and experimentation, Palladium + Finisterre is back for a second collaboration, with our fully waterproof footwear collection built to take you from city streets to the most rugged natural environments. 

Palladium: Always Exploring

With a shared passion for adventure and exploration, our collaboration with Palladium brings together two brands who believe in sustainability with substance. From creating their original boots in 1947, used by the French foreign legion,...

Palladium + Finisterre In Conversation

Palladium + Finisterre brings together two brands who embody sustainability with substance; from Palladium's heritage as the original boot makers for the French Foreign Legion and early use of organic cotton, to our own ethos...

Field Testing Our Yulex® Swimwear

When we build a new product, we like to make sure that it's fit for purpose and stands up to rigorous scrutiny. One way of doing this is testing it with people who know their...

Peace Found In Saltwater

After a year of lockdowns, social distancing and restricted freedoms, there finally seems to be light at the end of the tunnel. However, within a year many would like to forget there have also been moments of...

Sailing Light

The dream of leaving everything behind and sailing off into the sunset is a common one. Far less common is the commitment and resolve to actually live out that dream. Sharing a passion for adventure and living lighter,...

Near Miss: Survival of a Shark Man

In a remote ocean wilderness off the Northern California coast, a man dives alone with large great white sharks. In cold and unforgiving waters he enters a calm and transcendent space where he reflects on...

The Plastic Detective

Plastic pollution presents a huge problem for the natural world. However, it's also an incredibly useful material that can be used to make countless products that benefit our lives. So how do we go about using it in the right...

Surfing Through Depression

Finisterre Ambassador Sam Bleakley has been surfing for most of his life. A vocal champion for the transcendent power of wave riding, he's felt first hand the benefits that this 'blue gym' has had on his physical...

The Ripple Effect

It's been over a year since the start of the pandemic. In that time, both individually and as a society, we have felt unprecedented levels of anxiety. Dawn Days was born out of that feeling. An...

South West Coast Path Photographer of the Year 2020

The South West Coast Path is simply a wonderful place. The border between land and sea, this incredible trail runs uninterrupted for 630 miles around the South West peninsula. It's often the best or only...

Planet PK: Conservation Through Community

Here at Finisterre, we strongly believe that you protect what you love. It’s why we try to encourage people to experience and enjoy our oceans as much as possible; because the more people discover, the...

Evidence for Surf Therapy: Liberia Case Study

We're continuing our series in association with the Wave Alliance, sharing the amazing work they are doing to bring their revolutionary surf therapy program to underprivileged coastal communities.  A huge part of their work is...

Exeter Microadventures

Our stores have always been hubs for our customers to connect. Each store is different and has a unique community, so we decided to sit down with some of our store managers and get the...

Celebrating the Resilience of Nature

Our second exclusive collaboration with the Natural History Museum continues a partnership based on shared values and a passion to protect the natural world for future generations. During the first global lockdowns of 2020, nature experienc

Anna Atkins: A Photographic Pioneer

To inspire our second exclusive collaboration with the Natural History Museum, we delved into their archives to select work from pioneering naturalists and scientists. Hailing from our own home shores, one such inspiration was Anna...

Inês Ambrosio: A Modern Cyanotype Artist

Captivated by the incredible blue hues of Anna Atkins' early photographic work, our second exclusive collaboration with the Natural History Museum pays  homage to the cyanotype - one of the earliest forms of photography.  But...

The Mother of Metamorphosis

‘Maria Sibylla Merian’ is not a household name, but we think it should be. Despite having no formal training, she revolutionised the scientific community’s understanding of the life-cycle of insects and, in 1699 at the...

Biking & Bivvying: Field Testing Our Poncho

Our second exclusive collaboration with the Natural History Museum celebrates the resilience of the natural world, and one of our favourite pieces from the collection is designed to help you experience and embody that resilience for...

Underwater Update #3 | Winter 2021

Scotland went into its second lockdown on 26th December, so Richard Lilley of Project Seagrass wrote this update without having been able to leave the City of Edinburgh for a little over two months! However, despite the...

St Agnes Microadventures

Our stores have always been hubs for our customers to connect. Each store is different and has a unique community, so we decided to sit down with some of our store managers and get the...

Lockdown for a Passionate Inland Surfer

If you're a surfer in the South West, you've probably come across Phil Williams (aka @philboysurf). A perpetual ambassador of stoke, his trademark ear-to-ear grin is a familiar sight from the Wave in Bristol to...

Ocean Sheroes: Four Women. One Boat. 50 Days at Sea.

Ocean Sheroes is an all-woman rowing crew racing 2,400 nautical miles across the Pacific Ocean. Setting off from San Francisco and finishing at Hawaii’s Waikiki harbour, four waterwomen from the UK will set off on...

B Corp Month | #BetterBusiness

If you’ve followed us for a while, you’ll know that Finisterre is incredibly proud to be part of the B Corp community. We were the first outdoor clothing company in the UK to become B...

Just Keep Swimming

We’re often blown away by the people who make up our crew. Their passion and commitment – whether to Finisterre, their individual communities or the environment – can be truly inspiring. One such individual is...

The Hope Tree(s)

In such strange times as these, we all need a little hope. As that hope slowly comes within reach once more, we were reminded of the early weeks of the pandemic and a story we shared from longstanding friend...

The Wave Alliance

It started with a rag-tag surf club. Now, over a decade later, the idea that first took root in Cape Town's Masiphumelele Township has spread around the world with 20 partners from 11 different countries and more yet...

Chasing Mountains

A South African big wave surfer dedicated to his craft, Fabian Campagnolo spends half of every year chasing XXL swells across the globe. It's a monumental commitment driven by love and passion, rather than personal...

Perfect waves, and how not to find them.

Perfection is often intrinsically linked to perception. What might be perfect for one might be very much less than ideal for another. In surfing, this can take on another level - perfect conditions for longboarding are...

Soundwaves with Frankie Davies

We're back with another Soundwaves session, this time with musician and long time friend of Finisterre, Frankie Davies. A previous performer at our in-store gig nights (yes, we miss them too) Frankie is a singer-songwriter...

Place of Encounter | Oceanographic 17

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, we've been sharing some of the best stories from the magazine on The Broadcast, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. In Issue 17, Finisterre Ambassador and social ecolog

Falmouth Microadventures

Our stores have always been hubs for our customers to connect. Each store is different and has a unique community, so we decided to sit down with some of our store managers and get the...

Down South

We always like hearing how far our clothes have travelled. Built to perform in the harshest conditions, it's no surprise that they often make it to some of the most inhospitable settings on earth. But...

Bath Microadventures

Our stores have always been hubs for our customers to connect. Each store is different and has a unique community, so we decided to sit down with some of our store managers and get the...

Mike Lay: 5 Surf Film Influences

As we continue 'living la vida lockdown' here in the UK, what better way to keep the boredom at bay than with some waveriding inspiration to get you mind-surfing in your living room?  A stylish and...

Surfing on Seaweed

Most surfers are well tuned in to the rhythms of the natural world. But what happens when that natural world finds itself out of balance? Well, for surfers like Charlie Cadin, you see if you...

Mind Diving | Oceanographic 17

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, we've been sharing some of the best stories from the magazine on The Broadcast, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. In Issue 17, Finisterre Ambassador Hanli Prinsloo re

Easkey Britton: ROOM 2021

The debate as to whether surfing is a sport or a performance art often lead to comparisons with dance. The fluid combination of style, power, coordinated movement; the parallels are undeniable. Dance, like surfing, offers...

North Cornwall Microadventures

Our stores have always been hubs for our customers to connect. Each store is different and has a unique community, so we decided to sit down with some of our store managers and get the...

Song of My People | Colin Macleod

Colin Macleod is a surfer and singer-songwriter who has carved out a career that would be the envy of many musicians. The twist is, he’s done it all while living and working as a crofter...

Soundwaves with Colin Macleod

Music is a medium that connects us all. It bridges culture, language and class barriers. It has the power to bring us together, and at this time of enforced separation, it can help provide solace and...

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