December’s Best Surf Videos!

Posted: Jan 03,2019 Written by  TSV

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Every surfer should find something to love in our December offering of wave sliding flicks! The winter wonderland of Oahu’s North Shore makes an appearance, and with Europe’s prime surf season now in full swing we’ve got a couple edits from the culture continent for your viewing pleasure! Throw in Kai Hing tearing it up in Central America and a day of slammin’ shore breaks at Seal Beach, it’s a great way to end the year!


Seal Sessions

Let’s kick things off with some action from California’s Seal Beach, where Skylar Wilson spent the day of December 18th filming from the sand. What you see is going down on the south side of the pier, and for every barrel made you know there were ten that pummelled someone into the sand!


Kai Hing Loves Beach Breaks

Matt Tromberg put this edit out of Kai Hing shredding somewhere in Central America. Sandy tubes and punchy ramps served up down south, what’s not to love! That warm blue water sure does look nice…


Douce France

Now over to France, where Tristan Guilbuad put together this edit with some help from Julien Turpaud, Cheezy Duck, and a couple others! It’s no secret that France has some of the heaviest beach breaks in the world, but conditions don’t always conspire to create the epic waves that are possible. Well here’s a video of when it all does come together…


Portugal and Home

Here’s Ryan Callinan putting his skills to the test in Portugal, along with a few clips from around his home (that’s Newscastle, Australia). He’s surfed a few events on the World Tour this past year, clocking up a 2nd place at the 2018 Quiksilver Pro France, definitely one to watch…


Winter Wonderland

Countless surf videos have been coming out of Hawaii this past month, so picking the best ain’t ever gonna be easy. Filmmaker Ryan Moss is responsible for this North Shore edit, and it’s nothing short of a delight. With angles all over the place, this flick is as much about the cinematography as the surfing.


More to come next month!

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