Hoy didn’t rate his own surfing as the best he’s ever seen, but he did have career defining sessions on the black Maltese Cross boards of the 91 Billabong Country Feeling Dream Sequence. (Joli)
At Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa, 1991
Tobes in 100% rocker mode, barnstorming the Dunies set at Splendour in the Grass to chug every last drop of marrow from life. (Photo: Courtesy of Mitch Lowe Photo/SaveTonight)
And what he will tear up next.
Lowey at home in the juice. (Simpson)
Mick Lowe shares wisdom from his life spent in the ocean.
Ozzie slams on protest board numero quatro. (Bielmann)
With this tripped out protest sled
China’s backside tuberiding prowess at Kirra in the early 90s was really something... and his frontside out there was pretty damned impressive too. (Aitionn)
Went down in Cooly folklore as one of the best.
On a weekly basis we are blessed to have this peaceful, happy, gentle giant of a man drop into the SW office and share with us amazing stories of surfing history, great big heart to heart hugs and some of the best risotto you’ll ever have the pleasure of eating on a deadline. Thanks for the aloha mate. (Christensen)
We sit down with the legend of surf film and Aloha
The mad mind at work.
We pull focus on this month’s cover artist
Dog marks his territory. (Aitionn)
The former top 16 pro, mullet model & super coach unleashed!
Still image courtesy of Paul Witzig's 1969 seminal classic 'Evolution'
Share his wisdom from a life spent in the ocean
You can’t wipe the smile off Taj’s face, ‘specially if the waves are on the cook.
Not even with a cricket bat.
Just give him heaving eight-to-ten foot offshore barrels unloading onto a dry rock in the middle of a shark infested ocean and Beau Foster will sleep easy. (Respondek)
How’s the Serenity? Never better reckons Beau Foster
"You have to enjoy your life. You’re only here for a short period of time." - Martin Potter. (Maartens)
“Surfing at that stage to me was a business. I was trying to make a living the only way I knew how.”
We dress it down to the naked truth