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Kelly Slater, Mason Ho, and Friends Get Shacked in Indo

Any edit starring Kelly Slater, Mason Ho, Coco Ho, Rizal Tanjung, Ian Crane, Eli Hanneman, and Reef Heazlewood is worth a watch in our book. The fact that it was shot on location at some of Indonesia's most beautiful breaks is just icing on the cake. 

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Besides the excellent surfing, which almost goes without saying, this edit does better than most at conveying the good vibes emanating from this all-star surf crew. With no pressure from competitions, it must be nice to just go surfing with your friends. 

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Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?
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Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?

Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?

is a new short film from Patagonia which follows surfers Ramón Navarro, Léa Brassy and Kohl Christensen on a journey to Alejandro Selkirk Island in search of the world's biggest waves. Unfavorable conditions prevented them from riding the allegedly-incomparable waves, but the trio found that their time spent onshore was far from wasted. RELATED: Experiencing the Crisis of Plastic Pollution in Our Oceans Alejandro Selkirk Island is roughly 500 miles off the coast of Chile, and is one

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12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy
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12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy

12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy

When Teahupo'o is big, even the world's best big-wave surfers need to approach it with an abundance of caution. 12-year-old Naiki Vaast might not have caught it at its biggest, but even small/medium Teahupo'o looks pretty huge when ridden by a pre-teen. RELATED: Kelly Slater, Mason Ho, and Friends Get Shacked in Indo Vaast might have struggled to make it over the lip if not for a well-timed push from his brother Kauli. We're going to give big bro the benefit of the doubt and say that he saw

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Testing The Powerful Waves Of Remote West Oz
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Testing The Powerful Waves Of Remote West Oz

Testing The Powerful Waves Of Remote West Oz

Slab waves are notorious beasts. Formed when the seafloor rises quickly from great depths to just below the waves, incoming swells rise instantaneously into massively powerful and fast moving monsters. These brutes then pummel into the shallow seafloor that birthed them, and any surfer unlucky enough to get trapped under the churning water is subjected to the equivalent of a human meat grinder - or score some the best ride of their life. RELATED: Sharks Apparently Don’t Enjoy Human Pee In