If pink is punk, Bailey Nage is Johnny Ramone.
And Barron Mamiya is Mike Ness.
Barron Mamiya hitches his first of many lifts up the beach.
Cody Young, not Cody old.
Colt Ward, a product of the Spanish Village by the Sea.
Well, it is June. Gloom and south swells at the pier.
Finn McGill could learn a thing or two from Waldo.
Griffin Colapinto is not as moody of a teenager as this photo leads you to believe.
Griffin again, much better.
Imaikalani Devault lays rail.
Kirk Weissinger scoops a pier bowl.
Isaiah Moniz pushes his weight in the great floater revival of 2013.
Jake Marshall finishes him.
Imaikalani gives those red fins some oxygen.
Don’t be fooled. Josh Burke sees it.
Takumi Yasui ditches the fins.
Wyatt Mchale and Corey Colapinto, pacific.
Wyatt Mchale and Corey Colapinto, passive aggressive.
After all, Kalani David is John John’s neighbor.
Kalani David makes it a fight for second.
It wouldn’t be all that brazen to say that Kalani stood out.
Lucas Taub and the moment he’s been waiting for.
Noa Mizuno with a great foundation.
Thelen McKinna Worrell’s backhanded remark.
Luke Gordon, the emperor of Pawley Island, South Carolina.
Nick Marshall, at least 11:30.
Clay Marzo much? Noa Mizuno follows footsteps and tail blows.
Nolan Rapoza goes left right into the pillars.
Seth Moniz, a Hawaiian excelling in not-so-Hawaiian conditions.
Don’t get your sneaks wet. Taylor Clark.
Green on green on shoulders. Mull on that one, mismatchers. Tommy Coleman.