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Summer may be over, but that doesn't mean Brooklyn's surf scene will be dissipating anytime soon (we hear that's what wet suits are for). To prove it, the first annual Brooklyn Surf Flea will take place this Sunday at Union Pool. Apparel and surf gear vendors will be on hand to sell one-of-a-kind items alongside local board shapers, and all of the proceeds will benefit two non-profits: the Surrender Foundation and Stoked.
Naturally, there will also be tacos and 2-for-$5 cans of Tecate, and hopefully, no judgement if you're only going to live out your inner Blue Crush.
· This new Brooklyn Surf Flea market sounds like a swell time [Brokelyn]
· Brooklyn Surf Flea [Official Site]