Swell and backwash combine for a heavy session at Sydney's death slab
Irish chargers discuss the perils of slab hunting
You can’t expect to surf heavy slabs and not have to pay the price of wiping out here and there. Fergal Smith and the rest of his band of of misfit, Irish slab hunters discuss the injuries that plague those who surf waves that border the edge of insanity.
A drone's eye view of Sydney's death slab Ours
Easily one of the sketchiest waves in the world, Sydney’s Ours breaks right on rocks that cause a borderline un-navigable backwash. The drone view definitely makes the waves look smaller, but gives you a unique perspective of the lineup.
All the best, and heaviest, waves from a long season at Jaws
This past season at Jaws has been filled with an abundance of swell, carnage, and even barrels on the inside bowl. With the world’s best big-wave chargers flying in from all over for a taste of the action, the lineups have been crowded, but as you’ll see in this edit, well worth the trek for […]
A rare European left transforms into a world-class pointbreak
Strong winter swells have created an all-time winter for European surfers. Somewhere along the English coastline, this left that rarely breaks came to life for a run of swell, transforming it into a world-class pointbrek for a few days. Goofyfooters beware: this will give you a massive case of FOMO.