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    We Moved into a New Warehouse!

    We Moved into a New Warehouse!

    ...And it has our very first set of signs! Being a first, it's like Thirty Seconds Out is official now. If you're cruising down highway 75 through Ketchum, you'll be able to see us from the road. We put them up today and had three guys from Montana come in, saying they saw our signs and nearly drove off the road trying to get down to see the shop. Come see us!

    500 Bell Drive #17, Ketchum, ID 83340.

    One More Wave Collab

    One More Wave Collab

    Last year we teamed up with Noveske Rifleworks and made t-shirts and stickers to raise funds for an awesome cause. Each company donated $2,500 to One More Wave so we could hook up two well deserving wounded veterans with surfboards and all the gear they would need to ride waves and help heal the wounds of combat. Addict Surfboards out of San Diego shaped the boards by hand to accommodate these veterans' injuries.



    🎥 Matt Lingo

    Smooth Is Fast

    Smooth Is Fast

    Evan (and team),

     Hope you'll excuse a little personal anecdote in exchange for a picture of one of your slaps in the wild.

    I hit a wall last week. Too much work. Too much being busy doing sh#t that doesn't matter. Not enough time alone, or outside, or with people that make me better just by being around them. Draining the tank faster than I could fill it. I was burnt out, angry, sad, and numb. My boss sent me home for a week to "get better," as if it took me a week to get to this place and I could dig my way back out just as fast.

    I feel most at ease, most still, most quiet—most myself—when I'm out on the water. I've been going out every day to try to remind myself of what matters. This society demands we do more with less and do it faster. Faster. Always faster. And it makes us sloppy in our work, in our relationships, and in the way we think and feel. Hell, it even demands we get better faster. And it doesn't work that way.

    Someone I respect a lot once told me: "take your time; it goes faster." So I'm slowing life down. Taking time to listen, think, and just, you know, float. I have a few of your patches and stickers in my car and on my medic bag, but never thought to put one on my SUP paddle. Now it's there, a reminder every time I go out not just to paddle slowly and focus on form, but to just generally approach life a little more slowly. More smoothly. Because in the long run, I think it'll get me to where I want to be—to who I want to be—even faster.

    Thanks for the nudge.

    With aloha from Austin,

    🤙🏻 Lucas

    Interview With Former NFL Player Mark Pattison

    Interview With Former  NFL Player Mark Pattison


    I was invited on to Mark's podcast "Finding Your Summit" to talk about overcoming real adversity and finding a way out of dark places. Mark is a stud with a mission! He's attempting to become the first NFL player to climb the seven summits. He has climbed six out of the seven summits (the seven summits are the highest peaks on each continent). His final expedition will be to Mt. Everest, so it's an honor to hang with this guy and talk about things that matter, and more importantly has the potential to help others.

    I really open up about some pretty dark things that happened to me when I was growing up and how that drove me to overcome it and find my version of success. I was pretty hesitant to tell these stories, but I'm just going to send it. If telling my story helps a few folks, it's all worth it!

    Finding Your Summit