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We Love Watching This Guy Surf

Despite having a lot of other things going on, the guys at Shelter Productions managed to cut this really awesome edit featuring Albee Layer in their "free time".

"Last year was a bit of an afterthought," they say on  Vimeo. "Seemed like everyone still had an El Nino hangover and we were neck deep on trying to finalize a documentary. We took breaks from cutting our new film Nervous Laughter by filming, but there were no trips, no hyped swells and no real concise thoughts on producing any new edits. Luckily for us this past year still provided unique days and we were able to cut a new piece entitled Black Wave."

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Watch John John Florence Launch Backflip with Ease at Baldface
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Watch John John Florence Launch Backflip with Ease at Baldface

Watch John John Florence Launch Backflip with Ease at Baldface

It seems two-time WSL Championship Tour winner John John Florence kills it on any board he stands on. After a trip to Baldface Lodge in British Columbia, John John Florence posted an Instagram of him doing a backflip making it look just as effortless as his performances in the water. This guy is ridiculous; he must be a professional athlete or something…

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Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017
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Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017

Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017

Surfing saw a whole lot of innovation, creativity and progression in 2017. "The Dock" blew people's minds as a 100-foot, half-tonne plastic raft was anchored in the middle of a surf break in Bali for surfers to jump off, throw their boards under their feet and land right into the wave.  We even saw some surf shuvits, with surfers taking a page out of skateboarding's book. Take a look at all the new trends, tricks, and goofiness that went down in 2017.  

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Vans Duct Tape Festival Celebrates Creativity and Craftsmanship
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Vans Duct Tape Festival Celebrates Creativity and Craftsmanship

Vans Duct Tape Festival Celebrates Creativity and Craftsmanship

The DIY aspect of action sports has always showcased athletes as true artists and craftsman. Whether your shoveling snow for a booter, cutting out a grip tape job on your skateboard or hand-shaping a surfboard, the satisfaction of riding something with your own personal imprint is unbeatable.  The Vans Duct Tape festival is a celebration of just that; organically creating and then riding something that has someone's own personal craft and flavor on it. Four surfers get to hand shape two