Never underestimate the importance of a good relationship with your shaper. Here we take a look at John John Florence and his long time friend and shaper Jon Pyzel.
Benjamin Sanchis (Hossegor, France) tows into one of the biggest waves ever challenged at Nazaré, Portugal, gets air, recovers, then goes down hard on December 11, 2014.
Seven-time Billabong Pipe Master Kelly Slater (USA) breaks down the ins and outs of Pipe, outlining his approach at each turn. It’s particulaly interesting that just like every other crowded wave in the world, Pipe also has a crowd of people just floating around following eachother, according to Kelly.
Some footage from Chopes during the filming of Point Break 2. The double barrel shotguns are wild and Bruce Irons’ wave at 1:47 is on that whole other level. Here’s a three day vacation to the South Pacific, specifically Teahupo’o.
Dean “Dingo” Morrison (Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia) finds the pure line through the heart of a thickly sea monster at The Right in Australia on April 18, 2014. Video by Tim Bonython from the Australian Surf Movie Festival. An entry in the Billabong Ride of the Year category of the 2015 XXL Big Wave Awards.
Everything you need to know heading into the ASP world title showdown between Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning and Gabriel Medina at the Pipeline Masters in Hawaii December 8 – from the history of the event to current form of the contenders. All in Episode 3 of THE PIPELINE with Jed Smith
The Hurley Team enjoy everything the Seven Mile Miracle has to offer in the latest #TOURNOTES
Immerse yourself in some Hawaiian gold with Owen Wright, Matt Wilkinson, Gabriel Medina, Mick Fanning, Kekoa Bacalso and Dillon Perillo as they surf some early winter season size in the lead up to The Pipe Masters, and the highlight of the year – the clinching of the 2014 ASP World Title.
Joel Parkinson sustained an injury while freesurfing Pipeline Tuesday, and has withdrawn from the Vans World Cup of Surfing, the second event of the Triple Crown of Surfing.
Short video of Diego Santos going big and deep at Nias, Indonesia.