Just in time for the Storm Troopers’ maiden voyage, the Atlantic Ocean decided to abandon hurricane season entirely. 2013 has been the basin’s least active year since the life and times of Elvis Presley. But it is only in such adversity that the true character of the East Coast can be revealed. The East Coast isn’t meant to have waves every single day; it is meant to have sporadic swells in conjunction with a slew of fun activities to pass the time in between. Dylan rolls through a laundry list of flat day amusers and the crew finds (tiny) waves in New York. Then it’s back in the van, trooping down to Outer Banks for some actual waves compliments of the clumsy Tropical Storm Humberto. And that’s more than enough to keep the sabers lit for a few more days.
Storm Troopers // East Coast // 4:11
posted by SURFING Magazine / Storm Troopers, Video / September 24, 2013
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