It's no secret that coastal Mexico has some incredible waves. We’re just glad Jimmicane, Grant Ellis, Alex Kilauano, and Taylor Curran filmed the famous surf so we could enjoy it from afar. Watch as these surfers get barrelled and hit aerials off the coast all day, set against stunning cliffs and clear blue-green surf. Summer vacation on the waves in Mexico, anyone?
Outside of his bipolar disorder, Andy Irons faced the ever-deepening struggle of a severe opioid addiction. While many of his family and friends were aware of his mental disorder, his drug habit often went overlooked. Only his closest friends, with whom he spent time together surfing on tour and partying thereafter, recognized his opioid addiction. To both him and his friends, the dangers were not always apparent, as the perils of these types of drugs have only recently become commonly known.
The Skeleton Coast of Namibia is the spot to be if you’re into getting barreled for minutes at a time. Where the Atlantic meets to sandy desert coast of Southern Africa is where the best surfers in the world come to play, dropping into cavernous tubes longer than we care to quantify. Check out this drone and POV angle from riding one of these monsters.
Cold water surfing is one of those things: it sure looks cool, but it’s probably not for everyone. Braving freezing temperatures to get barreled in a wave looking like a total ninja is certainly a brave act, and the good folk over at Zion Wetsuits created a beautifully trippy short film about just that. They lived in a van, circumnavigated Iceland, and got “stuffed deep in the ice pipe.” How’s that for some surf lingo? Either way, the 20-minute film is mesmerizing to watch, shot on a mix of