Over the span of ten days, the crew bounced between perfect reef breaks, swapping boards (many of them handshaped by the surfers themselves) and drawing inspiration from each other’s distinctive approaches to riding waves.
Once I started exploring asymmetrical boards and fishes, I decided I wanted to test them in more challenging, barreling waves.
So the boards have kind of evolved over multiple trips and going to places like G-Land where I could ride a lot of perfectly-groomed, overhead, down-the-line waves.
I don’t think there will ever be another time when everyone just flip-flops like that, because there are so many surfers now who ride so many different boards in so many different waves.
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