With a newfound perspective on life and surfing, Dusty Payne can't lose.
There are few things more satisfying in life than knowing you’re on a roll, and when we caught up with Dusty Payne at the Volcom house on the North Shore he was buzzing. Perched on his third-floor balcony, watching the waves at Pipeline, he grinned through a thick, vaguely Amish-looking beard. He admitted that it
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Past Hot 100 winner Jordy Smith imparts some wisdom for the youth
You have to crawl before you walk. In surfing, it’s so important to get the basics down and then take it from there. If your foundation is strong, you’ll have all the tools you need to become a well-rounded surfer. As a teenager, you outgrow boards often. I was fortunate enough to have my dad