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A short film depicting Rasta’s approach to alternative equipment and alternative waves on the North Shore
Rasta sets the mood on his Uke and it’s beautiful — like his surfing and long-flowing hair
The North Shore sets the tempo, the ladies set the mood and the cameras capture all the action
What a fine day to be a spectator at Pipe
Late season Hawaii means more waves, less people and more waves
Florida’s JJ enjoys choice-timing on the North Shore
February highlights from the North Shore
Wardo, Andino, Ho and more
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Tags: Billabong, dave rastovich, Hawaii, Joel Parkinson, North Shore, Oahu
That sucked! Color grading was disgusting and video was boring. Nice Billabong.
That was great. Color grading was cool and the poem made the video. Nice Billabong.
Thanks so much for this. I’m not even remotely sick of this aesthetic and in particular appreciate the soft-focus bits and poetic score.
great video. rasta rips and has great style. great music too. on a side note adriano de souza is pure hell to watch surf. i hate the fact that nobody in the industry talks about what a kook adriano is. the commentators still try and sell us on him. “adriano goes big off the top, ahhh” joe turpell whatever your name is idiot. you sound like a moron.
Rasta is my biggest influence from the surfing world by far
due is awesome! the only person who hasn’t had fun on a twin fin is a person how hasn’t ridden a twin fin!!
@ooops: crawl back into your hole, ass. Adriano rips. Clearly.
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