World Tour surfers drop left and right at the hands of 'QS warriors
Fill your prescription for tunnel vision here
The UK’s Alan Stokes has as apt a last name as a pro surfer can, and we can’t blame him for the enthusiasm after seeing, from his point of view, how much he scored recently in Sumatra. Stokes invites you to share some of his perspectives, please do come on in.
Seventeen heats of Round 1 run, with plenty left to come at the Oakley Pro
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., April 29, 2015 – Lower Trestles, the jewel of Southern California surf venues, delivered clean two-to-three foot waves today as 17 heats of the Oakley Lowers Pro Round 1 were completed amidst scintillating performances and passionate competition. The first World Surf League (WSL) QS10000 event of the season, the Oakley Lowers Pro
Filipe Toledo, Conner Coffin, and Kolohe Andino shine at Lower Trestles
He has one of the most diverse quivers in the world, and he knows how to use it
There are few surfers in the world more versatile than Maui's 22-year-old Kai Lenny. He can paddle his gun into bombs at Jaws, huck massive airs on a thruster, kite- and windsurf with equal skill, and win world championships on his SUP (he's got six and counting). But despite being able to expertly ride just about anything that floats, Lenny still cops the occasional grief from his friends about the SUP. It's bound to happen.
A win a Lowers can do wonders for a surfer's legacy. Ask Curren, Slater, and Fletcher.
In the game of pro surfing, not all wins are equal. A win at Lowers can do wonders for a surfer’s legacy. Curren, Slater, Fletcher, and a bevy of the world’s greatest talents launched careers here, and for good reason.