Alaia trimming and sliding, this time all the way from France.
From Cyrus Sutton: “This is a design I’ve been thinking about and finally got together with Wegener Surfboards to shape it. 7’3″ and almost dead flat. It feels like it works just as well backside as it does frontside. The asymetrical outline and fin setup are influenced by what Ryan Burch, Richard Kenvin and Carl Ekstrom have done, it allows you equal control with less total fin surface area in the wave making the board super fast and maneuverable. [click to continue]
“I was just here for the day one of the Joel Tudor invitational to proudly shoot my French homies Clovis and Robin on their own spot! Amazing to watch all these guys surfing at the Côtes des Basques. – Jean Penninck
Beautiful piece on Wayne Lynch and his son speaking on his life, surfing, and sailing.
From Mollusk: Made in 1967 this is the first of Paul Witzig’s trilogy of surf films. Lush colors, 60’s loungy soundtrack and long-hull surfing. Surfers include: Nat Young, George Greenough, Midget Farrelly, Peter Drouyn and Rodney Sumpter.
From Luca Merli and Block 10 Productions, comes a brand new video that explores the hidden Western Sahara, starring Alessandro Ponzanelli and others.
‘The Heart & The Sea’ is the third release from independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, the creator of the highly regarded left of centre surf films ‘Lines From a Poem’ and ‘Seaworthy’.