Tristan Ray the student in this exchange tells us, “I was last one out on the peak and new to the spot. Everyone on the inside was shouting for the grom to go so without hesitation or a chance to make a conscious decision I turned around and made the plunge. Shortly after plummeting down the face I see my good pal Jacob Romero chouting right in my zone. I was more than happy to share the cute wave, an honor in fact, it overarchingly was a pursuit to push me harder. Thanks JRom! Though next time it might be lickings, haha”.
An exceptional weekend of waves around the East Coast of NSW lead to some very nice Shark Island pits being wrangled. Read More0
It’s official, we 100 percent know how to rock. le Boogie records is also just about to go live so stick that in your rock pipe and smoke it. Read More0
How keen are you? You think you surf a lot? You need to stop and ask yourself the following questions to really determine if you really are keen or possibly a borderline slob. Read More0
Bantamweight at the most, John must be the lightest person rushing slabs in Tahiti. After a brief internet storm involving pro surfer Dave Wassel last year when the “friendly” Wassel was dealt a lesson in respecting the locals, John has been quite. Content just doing his thing and appearing when the swell maps turn a nasty reddish purple. Read More0
Before there was a boat in the water, before the mornings bread truck truck had pulled up to the end of the road, you would see Simon on the point casually preparing to paddle out for another session at his favourite Pacific Ocean reef. Read More0
Nestled in an Indonesian paradise surrounded with waves and cheap food what more could you want that this type of view come lunch time? Read More0