Barrels Before Bread – Thiago Camarão has his priorities straight

That’ll be the last time Thiago Camarão’s mom tells him to pick up bread when the waves are good. In his defense, a pocket full of barrels and some Black Sabbath tunes are way tastier than a gluten-filled mixture of flour, water, and yeast.

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Gavin Beschen, Pipeline – Photo: Grant Ellis

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Voice of Opposition – A quick hit with Dane Reynolds, who is not your average contrarian

Dane Reynolds, 29, Ventura, California: SURFER: I’m not gonna start by asking you the usual questions about quitting the Tour and why you’re a freesurfer. DANE: Every interview, I get asked about the Tour. It seems like I get asked more questions about the Tour now than I did when I was on the Tour.

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The Surf Pier to Rule Them All – Cocoa Beach kindly requests your surf tourism dollars

Dave Netterstrom, the mayor of Cocoa Beach, Florida wants to build you a surf stadium. Specifically Netterstrom and a local group calling itself the First Peak Project want to build a 1,300-foot pier jutting out like a bent elbow into the Atlantic that will focus dreamy little wedges onto the Cocoa Beach sands, a lá

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Better Than Lucky – With a newfound perspective on life and surfing, Dusty Payne can’t lose.

There are few things more satisfying in life than knowing you’re on a roll, and when we caught up with Dusty Payne at the Volcom house on the North Shore he was buzzing. Perched on his third-floor balcony, watching the waves at Pipeline, he grinned through a thick, vaguely Amish-looking beard. He admitted that it

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Parker Coffin, Tahiti – Photo: Todd Glaser

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How To Be a Good Host, With Raimana Van Bastolaer – Advice on having an open door for traveling surfers, from the mayor of Teahupoo

Raimana will claim your ride loudest if you get spat out into the channel unscathed, and’ll be the first one there to rub fresh lime on your reef rash if otherwise. He knows better than any how essential traveling is within the world of surfing, and his wisdom inside will help make sure we all keep collecting stamps in our passports.

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A Match Made in Heaven – Jay Davies and overhead P-Pass

He’s built like a bull, but is nimble as a grasshopper. Jay Davies can punt higher than guys half his size and whip the most elaborate rotations with the best of ‘em, but what you’ll see here is even better. It’s his proper barrel-work, unleashed in blue Micronesian tubes. Deep fades, drawn-out bottom turns, and

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Dion Agius, Iceland – Photo: Chris Burkard

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Oahualua – Hawaii time with Bruce Irons, Durbo, Damien Hobgood, Keanu Asing, and Ian Walsh

It’s never too late to drop a Hawaii edit, especially when cast includes this crew of ripping individuals. As you’ll see, the men featured in this edit are constantly pushing the limits on how deep and how late one can take off in waves of serious consequence. Be sure to stick around until Damien Hobgood

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