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Nat lookin’ at home — at home
These are the training sessions that yield QS victories
And with the sudden departures of Bobby, CJ and Dane from the World Tour, America looked to the youth to take up its banner
Nat, Kolohe, John John — it’s your show, boys
Santa Cruz lefts are a rare sight — like a Humback whale or the Charlotte Bobcats winning streak
So Nat attacks. Check out how much control he has going backwards through the transition @1:26
Nat’s on tour for 2013
Because his surfing says so
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Tags: John Wilson, Nat Young, santa cruz
Highly impressive. Holds speed through his turns very well. He’s gotten better, and if he ups it one more notch he’ll be a title contender. Reminds me of Fanning a bit (reversed).
@jake ericson – the song is Je Suis Le Vent by Working for a Nuclear Free City
shredding. kid puts in the work and it shows.
getting better and better. I’d even claim top ten in the world on backhand.
If he can get a window from all the comps…would benefit from serious time on lefts to improve forehand variety
Is it just me or do his boards seem bigger than what others would normally ride?
great surfer, but not on wct level at this time.
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