Mr Brendon Gibbens looking very sharp with his new sponsor Banks on the nose of his board. In Volume 3 of the Gibbens Journal the young South African enjoys the splendour of his home land, threading the needle on some seemingly impossible tubes and find ramps in between. Brendon is one of those surfers that make the board they're riding look like magic. In this case it's the crafty work of Blake Peters of Panda Surfboards. Brendon is riding the Norts, check out the full range below!
An Adelio Wetsuit's team journey trailing their new rubber through Tasmania. What was meant to be an all time forecast of waves didn't eventuate but the team made the most of the conditions none the less. Read More
Oscar Langburne surfs with style that can't be taught. At only 15 years of age it will be very interesting to see how the skills of this very talented kid develop, especially when he'll be spending most his years surfing perfect waves with his heros. Read More
Forward. To Past. featuring Dion Agius and Craig Anderson on the Holy Grail. Shot throughout various locations in New Zealand this 10 minute reel of progressive surfing and psychedelic transitions is quite the watch. Read More
The Loot is a fairly new model to the Haydenshapes range. Until now we haven't seen a whole lot of content of on it. Team rider Jake Kelley happily volunteered to put it through it's paces and judging by the video he wasn't disappointed in the result. With less width in the nose then the Plunder but plenty more then most shortboards the Loot is the perfect in between of fun and performance. Read on to hear Jakes thoughts on riding this model. Read More
Noa Deane's latest full length is 10 Minutes of progressive raw surfing.
Shot over the last 9 months in various locations around the globe with filmer Mikey Mallalieu. The clip features everything we have grown to love about Noa's style, from powerful railwork to tweaked out airs, Ru. Bu 994 is a compilation worth watching. All made to look too easy on Noa's razor sharp LSD Surfboard blades.
Once a year the large winter swells in Hawaii move sand up and down the North Shore of Oahu. The result is a pumping sandbar. For John John and his brothers Nathan and Ivan, surfing these breaks is one of their favourite past times. Read More
The Twinzer Fin Layout features an additional set of smaller, side bite type fins in front and closer to the rail then the regular twins. The Twinzer was invented in the 80s by Wil Jobson in Southern California, refined in the early 90s by a string of reputable shapers and forgotten soon after. Read More
Yago Dora is one of the most exciting surfers to watch on the CT. His versatility as a surfer is as good as it gets, from progressive tweaked out airs to charging heavy tubes at Pipe and Teauhpo'o, Yago does it all.
Yago is seen riding a range of Lost Surfboards models, some of his favourites include the Pocket Rocket Round and Sabotaj. Check out the full range of Lost Surfboards below.
"The Weird Waves Crew wanted to start off season 2 with a bang. They may have taken the idea a little too literally by traveling to Alaska to potentially ride a wave made from falling ice, which makes a deafening crack with each piece of glacier that breaks off to form a wave... no biggie. In this episode they also check out what the locals on the Turnagain Arm are calling, ‘America’s longest wave.’ Saddle up, partners! Season Two of Weird Waves is coming in hot! Well… cold, actually." - Dylan Graves