When it comes to the never-ending walls of Jeffreys Bay, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing long drawn-out lines and a helluvalotta carves from our surfing forefathers.
It’s filled with quick strikes and sharp attacks by the Brazilian contingent, a novel way of approaching one of the best pointbreaks in the world, and a breath of fresh air at that.
But there are still enough epic carves in this edit to tickle the fancy of the “puritans” out there. (You’re welcome.
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