Right points make a quirky canvas for these two. Sprinkle in some Central American flavor and consider yourself checked into the Flamingo Inn.
Flamingo Inn A new film starring Dillon Perillo and Brendon Gibbens presented by Rip Curl
Watch Taj Burrow in Indo A What Youth Original presented by VonZipper
Beauty Pockets The world is a fucked up place with pockets of beauty
You saw it in the mag. Now see it come to cinematic life. Beauty Pockets is a short film that was produced by the boys at Epokhe, who happen to be some of our best friends.
Wright Brothers from Other Mothers Ozzie and Owen Wright tagging boards and lefts in Bali
We had a dream too. It was to bring together two of our favorite surfers — Ozzie Wright, the trippy gothic pirate hippie goon of doom who’s generally wandering the globe sliding across rocks and airing off anything he can find and Owen Wright, the ASP World Title contender, and freesurfing wizard with an artistic…
Wake Up, It’s Over A day in Japan worth pinching yourself over
An original What Youth short film featuring Yadin Nicol, Conner Coffin, Dane Reynolds and Kolohe Andino dodging typhoons and enjoying the aftermath: a machine-like sand point breaking just off the beach. All before going on to create their own storm in the streets of Osaka. For more from Japan, watch the first Prequel to Dear…
Kolohe Andino One Session Kolohe’s barrel to air transition game on display
Western Australia has become an aerialist and a barrel riders heaven. Wild winds of all directions, slabs, reefs, tubes and more corner pocket ramps than you know what to do with. It’s easy to see why guys like Kolohe and John John are making this a must stop for gathering clips. The boys love it…
2012 Memoirs A year in review
What Youth was born in 2012, and it makes us misty thinking about all the fun we had last year. But it’s only just begun. We currently just got home from a magical spirit quest into the rough and tumble Pacific Northwest and are packing those same bags that were filled with jackets and 5/4/3’s…
Warm Light A What Youth short starring Jack Freestone
Super-8 footage is warm and raw. It makes you feel nostalgic and the outcome is always candid and honest. This film was shot in Bali and stars Jack Freestone. Filmed and edited by Jack Coleman
The Boys Fin ditches in Hawaii set to Cold Cave
If this doesn’t make you wanna go ditch the fins with your friends today then nothing will.
Meet Brendon Gibbens A polite young man with a fucked up alley oop
A while back Brendon Gibbens came through What Youth and sat on our couch. He was tagging along with Dion Agius and Craig Anderson. He was very polite and friendly. Everyone was skating around the warehouse talking shit and hanging out. We had no idea Brendon even surfed. Cut to a few months later in…
Usual Highway A What Youth Original short film starring Owen Wright
In this What Youth short film Owen Wright scours the California coast in a Recreational Vehicle looking for wedges and trouble. He finds one of those things. This is a short film starring Owen Wright.
Behind the Lense of Epokhe Somewhere in the middle of America
as we all packed up and went home for the evening, Kai and Dion and our good friend Grady Archbold went to the deserted desert somewhere in the middle of America, shot the sunrise with these models and returned the next day with magical imagery and film.
Rainy Day Schedule Kolohe Andino, Jordy Smith, Owen Wright and Julian Wilson in Santa Cruz
Steamer Lane is kelp, rocks, odd sections and cold water blended together. Factor in a cliff of hecklers, very high placement on the food chain, persistent rain and clouds, an aggressive crowd and you’ll see why it can be a very interesting place to watch. Here we feature a few of our favorite approaches to…
Paperback Point Alex Knost, Wade Goodall and Ford Archbold in Mexico
An ascending, tumbling, crumbling, patient, speedy, soft, warm, friendly reminder of how the ocean behaves at the Mexican coast. Just like this forever. Surfing by Alex Knost, Wade Goodall and Ford Archbold If Mexico strikes your fancy today, go back again with Dion Agius in the What Youth original short Bright Grey.