“World’s sexiest surfer” Koa Smith barebacks biggest Hollow Trees of the Indonesian season!

“I’ve wanted to surf second reef, doubling-up Lances my entire life”

In this just-released edit, we are gifted ring seats to the three-time NSSA champ, runner-up to Zeke Lau’s Ultimate Surfer and part-time model Koa Smith charging like a bull at Lance’s Right aka Hollow Trees, the premier righthander in the Mentawais.

The behelmeted Smith, born in Kauai twenty seven years ago and a student of Bruce and Andy Irons, surfs with the contented and dreamy look of the female suckling her young as he dominates some of the best waves in the world including, but not limited to Teahupoo, Skeleton Bay and Pipeline.

And, here at Lance’s, Smith gets into it with all the gusto of a veterinarian getting into the glistening chancre in a show mare’s dock.


Hawaii’s untamed Queen of Crazy Mason Ho delivers tuberiding masterclass at Indonesia’s Desert Point!

It ain’t difficult to argue the case that Mason Ho, the Sunset Beach superstar, has had more barrels than Hollywood has cocksuckers.

Society has an obsession with youth and hotness.

But what if you were to throw Mason Ho and guy-pal Luke Swanson at Indonesia’s best wave in conditions so spectacular they have notes of Pipe? Wouldn’t that be hot too?

In this latest tuberiding compendium from Mason Ho and filmer Rory Pringle, Ho jackknifes his legs and bares his teeth in mock orgasm at each tube that descends upon him.

It ain’t difficult to argue the case that Mason Ho, the thirty-four-year-old Sunset Beach superstar, has had more barrels than Hollywood has cocksuckers.

Son of “the most important surfer of the modern era” profiled in epoch-defining film, “Following the Fall Line”

A beautifully made epic about brave people in the middle of the ocean…

Rarely can a surf movie hold me hostage but I am a sucker for believable, beautifully made epics about brave people in the middle of the ocean.

Every element is so perfect in this forty-eight minute profile of Bryce Young, youngest son of the “most important surfer of the modern era” Nat Young, that it left me a little tremulous.

Per the liner notes,

“Following the Fall Line” is a portrait of Bryce Young and the people who have inspired him on his own journey. This film, produced by needessentials and edited by Milo Inglis, showcases the unique surfing and skateboarding talents of Bryce Young while giving an in-depth understanding of the influences that have helped shape his creative approach to waves and terrain. Flowing on from concepts explored in the 1977 film “Fall Line,” cinematographers Ti Deaton-Young, Milo Inglis and Gabe Roxburgh beautifully capture the way Bryce’s environment and community influence his creative approach to life. In the film narration Bryce explains how the talents of Ti Deaton-Young, Nat Young, Ryan Burch and Laurie Towner have played such formative roles in his development. With an eclectic soundtrack featuring Huun Huur Tu, Dorothy Ashby, William Onyebor, Mick Turner, Terry Riley, Fenua, William Tyler, Donny & Joe Emerson, Goanna and JJ Cale, this film is a stunning portrait of Bryce Young following his own fall line.”

If you crave something different, I highly encourage you to watch.

Guinness world record holding surfer unveils isolated surf community in hamlet famous as setting for neo-western TV hit Yellowstone!

Trussed up in much rubber, Dylan Graves tames the wild and unruly waters, surfing as elastic as an after-birth vagina.

The last time the Puerto Rican heartthrob Dylan Graves was on these pages, he had just smashed the world record for most manoeuvres on a wave, a leg-trembling forty turns on a Sumatran tidal bore.

(An obscure record previously held by Cristóbal de Col for 34 turns on a wave at Chicama in Peru, occasionally and lazily referenced as the world’s longest lefthander. Graves, who is thirty-seven, submitted the ride to the Guinness people and is still awaiting confirmation of his astonishing feat.)

In his latest adventure Graves joins up with a Montana surfer called KB who has a voice that could bite the fat off a taxi-cab driver’s neck, as full of vibrations of power as those machines which rout out grooves in wood, to surf several river waves that look like tornado puke.

The water is very murky and very cold and the danger obvious, but the impulse to clown is impulsive to Grave and, trussed up in much rubber, he tames the wild and unruly waters, surfing as elastic as an after-birth vagina.

What’s most interesting, is the sort of surfboard that works in these waves: wide, flat, shovel-nosed things, so white and rectangular they look like body-of-Christ wafers.

Click play and hear the scripture.


Surf prodigy godson of Kelly Slater stars in Mexican-themed film described as a “savage, breezy, occasionally obscene and sometimes poignant mix of laughs and surfing!”

Jackie Dorian employs his razzle dazzle on Oaxaca’s famous sand-bottom points!

In this fourteen-minute featurette from Jackson Dorian, the sixteen-year-old son of Shane Dorian and godson of literal God Kelly Slater, we find the preternaturally talented kid employing his razzle dazzle on Oaxaca’s famous sand-bottom points.

Many highlights, too many to mention as per all of Jackie’s edits, but it’s the chemistry with the noted board collector and stylish obese shredder Uncle Buggs that is perfect; Jackie, a little dynamo, Buggs, perhaps three times his volume, drawing Curren-esque lines.

And, some of the roll-ins Jackie gets at the five-and-a-half minute mark, ooowee-oo etc.

Stylistically, this short is like Jackie himself: bold, quick and effortlessly entertaining.