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Aussie’s are a rare breed.
Chas gives us his explanation for their madness.
A.I. poses for Sherm in a different place in time.
Larger than life before Sherm even got to him
Kelly lines ‘em up and knocks ‘em down.
What better way to celebrate an 11th world title.
Eric Geiselman, surfing’s renaissance man
“I want to push hard for contests, but I also want to have good video parts for the kids, because that’s what got me into surfing”
The universe has a rhythm?
Chas explains it beautifully
A few shots from Mr. Lawrence
Look and enjoy
Nate has his own theory about surf photography.
Surf more and photograph less.
“Nothing ventured nothing gained”
Rasta gives us his take on discovery, activism, and the tour.
Returning to the first two contests of the Vans Triple Crown
That’s Haleiwa and Sunset, ‘case you’d forgotten
My own trajectory has been defined by giving up
Sometimes, just saying “f–k it,” and walking away from whatever is weighing you down can be the cure-all and lead you to perfection
The North Shore shaper has been packing barrels at the Bay since he was a teenager.
And like most big-wave surfers, dreams of competing in the Eddie
Revisiting Dusty’s controversial comments and breakthrough surfing in Lost Atlas, along with a special offer from Hurley.
And just in time for the holidays!
Lowers in December? Kolohe Andino indulges, of course.
How ’bout that bottom turn fin-throw combo at the 1:40 mark?
On the same swell that brought perfect surf to the Pipe Masters, a group of Maui chargers polish up their guns to paddle Peahi
Seems this whole paddle-in movement is here to stay
Mason has such a refreshing approach
How’s that arching lip check at the 2:50 mark?
Tanner clues you in to his five favorite music videos from the road
These are his sounds
Ehukai is the playful neighbor next door to the daunting Pipeline
Kelly and John John grab their small wave crafts for small wave fun!
A young Benji Weatherly follows a legend into heavy waters.
If you’re not in the Pipe House, you better be out at Pipe
Chas Smith reflects on the Pipe Masters and his favorite competitors
“The whole of the Triple Crown was, in fact, amazing,” he says
A short compilation of Off the Wall wipeouts
They’re good. Real good.
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