A WHAT YOUTH ORIGINAL SERIES PRESENTED BY RUSTY
The third part of our new series focusing on the influence that our heroes had on us and how we’re interpreting that influence in
Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.
It’s always nice when Ozzie Wright gets a cameo with Tom Carroll and Mitch Coleborn. That’s full circle. In the final episode of PPP: Tom Carroll and Mitch Coleborn, the two Australian goofyfoots discuss the push and pull of progression and aerial surfing, from the Gerry house on the North Shore.
Tom Carroll and Mitch Coleborn on Pipeline’s royal one: Gerry Lopez
Powering surfing is a hotly debated topic along the bluffs and parking lots these days. Flicky airs and bad style being the product of a disregard of power. And with a lot of attention being put into aerials and progressive maneuvers, it’s been said that power surfing is a dying art. But if you take into…
Two like-minded approaches. Two very different generations. In this episode of Past Present Perfect we talk with two Australian goofyfoots who both have pretty radical approaches in all conditions — similar right down to their freckled faces and right-foot forward attack style. We stood with them on the steps that lead to the wave (Pipeline)…
Tom Curren and Conner Coffin talk about the most special place in the world to be a surfer — and how that place has impacted their own lives and styles in Episode 3.
Tom Curren and Conner Coffin on style and influences.
Tom Curren and Conner Coffin debate the Queen of the Coast.
The ups and downs of riding your surfboard as a profession.
Surf competition is fine if you’re a champion. But that’s only a feeling few have in surfing.
Sunny Garcia and Ezekiel Lau and the the Hawaiian surf lineage.
Mason and Archy.
Interpreting our influences with Mason and Archy.