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Kai Lenny and John John Florence Foil from Kaua’i to Oahu

Kai Lenny and John John Florence—I can’t think of a better crew to foil 200 nautical miles across the ocean. You’ve got Lenny, who’s a maniac on a hydrofoil, and then there’s Florence who’s now just as much of a sailor as he is a surfer. Apparently Florence is the one who came up with the wild idea to foil across the Kaua'i Channel in his 18-foot catamaran. It didn't much convincing to get Lenny to join. Still, these world champions aren’t infallible and the adventure pushed their limits. Despite the setbacks, broken parts, and DIY sailboat repair, the duo managed to leave the North Shore and land in Hanalei Bay in Kauai. Oh, and then do the whole trip in reverse.

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Thanks for documenting this! What a cool adventure. Not that this journey was about the beaches in Hawai’i, but this made me want to go back to the islands even more. John from Tree Trimmer San Jose

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Good Vibes and Great Surf with ‘Don’t Change Over Summer’
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Good Vibes and Great Surf with ‘Don’t Change Over Summer’

Good Vibes and Great Surf with ‘Don’t Change Over Summer’

How is it Autumn already? Summer felt like a blur and I blame the global pandemic. Despite being a weird year, many of us found ways to cope. For Tanner Gudauskas and Alex Kilauano that meant being in the water capitalizing on some great surf. Their film r is a reminder of those good vibes and that all wasn’t lost this summer. RELATED: Andy Irons Kissed By God Streaming Free Tomorrow to Benefit World Mental Health Day

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Remembering Andy Irons: The Best Wave of My Life Courtesy of Andy
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Remembering Andy Irons: The Best Wave of My Life Courtesy of Andy

Remembering Andy Irons: The Best Wave of My Life Courtesy of Andy

“What are you doing? Get out there!” If Andy Irons ever told you that, you better have listened. That’s exactly what happened to Andy’s high school history teacher Scott Creamer one October day in the early 2000s, the day he considers the best barrel ride of his life. During that particular school break with everyone out surfing, Creamer showed up on the beach right as a massive south swell hit the West Side. Looking at the waves, Creamer watched Andy lay down his trademark style and end with

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Remembering Andy Irons: A Perfect Pipe Run
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Remembering Andy Irons: A Perfect Pipe Run

Remembering Andy Irons: A Perfect Pipe Run

Three-time World Champion Andy Irons was, well, one of the best surfers to have ever lived. The power that Andy brought to surfing barrels and big waves all across the world influenced countless surfers both young and old, including none other than John John Florence (who is the only Hawaiian-born surfer to have since won back-to-back world titles). Florence once watched one of Andy’s perfect Pipe runs, and it’s an image that’s been seared into his mind ever since. Download and Stream Andy