Rogue Lines: Mason Ho – The most entertaining surfer from Pipeline to online

Rogue Lines: Mason Ho – The most entertaining surfer from Pipeline to online

You can easily spot the same erraticism and spontaneity in the way he approaches waves during freesurf sessions, whether he’s throwing himself over the ledge at 25-foot Waimea, doing chop-hops on an 8’0″ at Second Reef Pipe, or attempting to ollie over sections of dry reef, as he often does in his always-engaging web clips. “I feel like I’m more of a natural at freesurfing than in competition,” Ho says. “I like expressing myself on a wave when I have no time limit and nobody around me.

And it’s this freewheeling attitude that has endeared Ho to not only surf fans around the world, but also to three-time world champion Mick Fanning, who said that a trip he took with Ho to Alaska last February was a turning point in his life after the famously tough 12-month stretch that saw him lose his brother, lose the world title, and get attacked by a shark.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

Rogue Lines: Mason Ho   The most entertaining surfer from Pipeline to online surf photo  Rogue Lines: Mason Ho   The most entertaining surfer from Pipeline to online surf photo  Rogue Lines: Mason Ho   The most entertaining surfer from Pipeline to online surf photo

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