Dillon Perillo, Brett Barley, and Mike Gleason dive into a foreign land
Dillon Perillo, Brett Barley, and Mike Gleason followed in the footsteps of Charles Darwin to the far-off destination of San Cristóbal in the Galapagos. The island, with a population under 6000, is home to the oldest permanent settlement of the archipelago and where Darwin first went ashore in 1835. While visiting, the boys explored uncharted
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Kai Lenny was a mainstay at every big-wave hitter this winter, headlining some of the most technical rides of the season, shown here in 62 seconds. Seriously, the kid could airdrop on a windshield wiper and make it look easy.
With Josh Burke
In-between events as he chases the ‘QS, young ripper Josh Burke made his way to Barbados to shred Soup Bowl for a couple of days, and it was “mmm mmm good.”
Fighting to restore its former glory
Most of the news from the sharky waters of Réunion Island tells of the public exodus of surfers and locals from its coastline (18 shark attacks in the span of five years, not surprisingly, has a way of clearing out even the bravest lineups). So the news of its people traveling back to the place is
A quick trip to France turns into a month-long, transatlantic swell chase
Master the frontside wrap that helped the South African bust Bells
Guess who’s back to displacing truckloads of water at unfortunate Tour stops across the globe? Jordy Smith, that’s who. His second-place finish at Bells brought back into view his crippling frontside wrap, which he breaks down for you in the video above. Growing to 6’2″ is unlikely biology, but study his technique long and hard,
Pretty sore right now thanks to a guy speeding and texting while driving hitting me head on but I’m living so can’t complain:) thanks @natedorman and @stonegarcia for taking care of everything after I got taken away in the ambulance #couldbeworst #noitsnotajoke #luckytobealive #fucktextingwhiledriving A photo posted by Sunny Garcia (@sunnygarcia) on Apr 1, 2016