The wires, the ropes, the waves, the unpredictability of the anchor were all threatening variables. Ozzie recalls, “The Dock’s been scary. At one stage I just came up, got my board, and saw it coming right at me. But I like the chaos of it.”
Yago Dora, Mitch Coleborn, Ozzie Wright and Ryan Burch all loving life as part of the Volcom family.
Maldives. Located in South Asia. Home to prized surf breaks such as Chickens, Lohi’s, and Pasta Point, became an increasingly sought-after surf destination for salty shredders around the globe beginning in the mid-to-late 90s. Like many surf spots back in the day which surrounded this area, their only occupants were marine life and local tribes who couldn’t give a sh*t about perfect 6-8ft empty tubes in 70-80 degree water temperatures. And Luckily like Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, and Nate Tyler, you can still score some of these spots relatively uncrowded if you time it right!
While the surfing world flocks to Lombok and Sumbawa in hopes of scoring Desert Point and Super Suck, locals Tai Graham, Marlon Gerber, Lee Wilson, Rizal Tanjung team up with Mitch Coleborn to stay home to score Bali’s most fickle best kept secret.
Episode 2 of our Welcome To Water series follows Dusty Payne on Maui as he tears apart epic Honolua Bay with some of the Volcom Hawaii crew featuring Tai Vandyke, Gavin Beschen, Imai DeVault, Kai Mana Henry and Tom Dosland. Next, we head down the road where Dusty and Mitch Coleborn dismantle a tricky high-performance left, and then it’s back to Honolua for Mitch’s backhand attack and high-speed tube time with Dusty and Kelly Slater.
A short video featuring Jack Freestone & Mitch Coleborn destroy everything they come across in Indo is a solid way to invest eight minutes of your day.
The Volcom Fiji Pro of 2012 was considered by many as one of the most memorable stops of last years ASP World Tour, and Volcom is honored to be bringing it to you once again!
Mitchel Coleborn showed a consistent performance throughout the entire event by executing fluid carves, big hacks and backed it up by taking out Dion Atkinson (AUS), 27, in the Quarterfinals, local favorite Raoni Monteiro (BRA), 31, in the Semifinals. Marc Lacomare beat Gabriel Medina, 19, in other Semifinal and Aritz Aranburu (EUK), 27, on the last day of the Quiksilver Saquarema Prime.
DC Surfing is proud to present Free For All starring Craig Anderson, Mitch Coleborn, Dillon Perillo and Ry Craike. This short film was shot over a one week period in Indonesia during this year’s team trip. The crew scored back to back swells and they surfed for hours on end from sun up to sun down getting some amazing clips in the process. Enjoy!