Kai Lenny is one of the hardest charging young watermen in the world today. Following in the footsteps of Laird Hamilton and Kala Alexander, Kai is bringing this mastery to the wake-surf world. A solid option with for those who are landlocked and with a wake boat at their disposable, wake-surfing allows the rider to surf indefinitely.
It's unusual to see someone of Kai's caliber behind a boat, but he perfectly showcases his foil-boards ability to sail high above the chop.
Being one of the greats comes at a cost. It’s clear Kai Lenny is one of the best when it comes to riding giant waves like Jaws, but that doesn’t mean he’s perfect. Ever wonder what it’s like to wipe out in one of the biggest waves in the world? A few days ago, Kai did just that…a few times, and his board-mounted POV camera recorded the whole thing. Lucky for him, he got a few barrels in between the carnage too, though it seems he did end up with a nasty
There's a lot to be said for doing things alone, and doing them happily. For surfer Pete Devries, a solo day out on the waves is just what he likes. No stranger to cold water, Vancouver Island provides a pretty perfect haven for Devries and his buddy Jeremy Koreski. While Devries may refer to himself as a "happy recluse," he and Koreski make a solid pair when it comes to getting the perfect shot of the perfect wave. In their new short film with Arc'teryx, Devries talks about what it is that
Tom Curren is no longer searching for the perfect wave because he's already surfed it. So, when the COVID-19 pandemic came around, what more was there left for Curren to do except pack up his boards, grab a couple friends and just go surfing? Rip Curl follows the quirky journey of Curren and his crew as they head to warmer waters for some good old fashioned surfing. also takes a quick detour to teach us about plants that can survive in arid climates. Really, the film hits all the bases of any