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The wave that buckled Joel Parkinson

But the Pacific had different ideas and sucked him back over the falls where reef and flesh collided. “That was a good size Backdoor wave for the day,” says our photographer here, Pete Frieden....

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Filmlyfe: Harry Triglone

Welcome back to Filmlyfe, a series of journeys in which we swirl through time and space, and bathe in the blissful technicolor aesthetics that only an auteur can sling.  The premise we’re rolling with? Harry Triglone is...

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Haydenshapes recommends a Hawaiian quiver

Another board I’d take is the Shred Sled King. That’s a quad fin.  It’s a slab board – best for double-overhead slabs.  It has a slipped-up entry rocker, but it has that wider nose, easy-to-surf plane...

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Photolyfe: Trevor King

Today’s another in a newly-introduced Photolyfe element; we’re swaying just a bump away from pure surf shooters, and are now including, on occasion, lensmen who orbit surfing without ever permanently entering the atmosphere. Trevor King’s a perfect example...

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Sebastian Williams: Bruces Beauties

If you’ve seen Bruce Brown’s iconic Endless Summer, you’ll remember the part when they come over the sand dune and find perfect little waves peeling down the point at Bruce’s Beauties. If you’ve seen Bruce Brown’s...

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Gallery: Pipeline this afternoon!

Tom was the only lens in the lineup for some time – a perk of staying at the (very front and centre) Volcom house. We all benefit here. Here, we drift in the channel with...