"I'm just a surfer who wanted to build something that would allow me to surf longer." - Jack O'Neill
Pictured Above: Base camp at the Outer Hebrides, an island chain off the west coast of mainland Scotland, where Scottish Gaelic is the predominant spoken language. In the same vein as O'Neill, a name synonymous with surf, cold water surfers Finisterre simply want to live deep in the swells — their swells just happen to be under gloomier skies than, say, California where the inventor of wetsuits resides. Find out more about what inspires these UK-based wave chasers.