Web Surfing: June 29-July 5

Alright party people, everyone knows surf videos are the perfect cure for a hangover, so as you’re (hopefully) enjoying a second day off in honor of our motherland’s independence, the following clips should help get you ready to venture out of the house. We’ve got quite a few from Indo today so if you’ve been looking for a reason to get over there, this might be the sign you were waiting for. 

Visions from Recco Single Fin Longboard Competition

Longboarding in slow motion. What a way to recover from a holiday. 

INDO // EL PURCHO

Families traveling together in a van isn’t just for musical acts. Rhythm co-founder Neal Purchase recently packed up his family from the Gold Coast to embark on a global trek around the world or pretty damn close. Here’s a clip from stop one, Bali. 

John John Florence in Bali

Here’s some footage of John John at the Oakley Pro, back and better than ever. 

Meet Your Shaper | Travis Reynolds

Here, Mollusk Surf Shop introduces us to California shaper Travis Reynolds. if you like what you see here, you can check the details in the online store here: mllu.sk/155lIVg.

LNF in Indo

Alex and Koa Smith of LastNameFirst.tv take the crew on a trip to Indo and hire a Ukrakanian muse to help get the job done. But the waves were pumping and these boys came to play, so while the clip starts with a hot lady rolling around on the beach, it quickly gets to the point, which is, of course, shredding. 

Sharing the Ritual | Prologue

I was hoping we were going to see this guy open and close the car door six times or cross and uncross his fingers whie facing west for five minutes or skip backwards down the sand or some other weird ritual that makes no sense to anyone but him. Based on the title, I thought this was a reasonable assumption. But apparently not. There might not be any strange OCD activities here, but it’s a good noseriding time nonetheless. 

Adrift

Adrift from Simon Christen on Vimeo.

Filmmaker Simon Cristen says this film is a love letter to the fog over the San Francisco bay. This time lapse makes it look like a rushing river flowing over the tree tops of a city about to be engulfed in water. It’s really quite beautiful and claming to watch. 

 

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