Longboarder or shortboarder, you will love this video

April 23, 2011 4 Comments

Whether you're a longboarder or shortboarder there's some footage in this video that will stoke you out. There's even some great stuff on one of those finless Alaia boards. Super sick stuff. Watch it!  


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Jafar Adam
Jafar Adam

June 05, 2018

Great writing! You have a flair for informational writing. Your content has impressed me beyond words. I have a lot of admiration for your writing. Thank you for all your valuable input on this topic.

Luc Stokes
Luc Stokes

May 07, 2014

@Jon- Amen brother. Get back out there!

jon vermilya
jon vermilya

May 07, 2014

brings tears to my eyes, to see such beauty being in the water ,that I miss so much, 49years now and hav.nt been out in the water in a couple of years, but I drive down to huntington beach all the time without my boards.I love the ocean so much, I just stare at the surfers,and tell myself what happened…I want to be able to fly out of the water again, like every body else,those are the videos that tell me to wake up lifes not over, Thank YOU….. Jon Vermilya

Richard Darner
Richard Darner

May 07, 2014

Made me realize how bad I need some waves!! Miss my Maui.

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