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Friday, April 20, 2018

Indonesia

Living Like A King in Sumatra – Indo life is the goods

Kyuss King is 17 years old and is already surf royalty in Byron Bay. His 2017 mixtape from Sumatra shows the grom’s all-around talent — down-carves that leave his long hair behind, tail-high airs, and excellent tube vision Surfermag.com

Colin Moran in ‘Scarecrow’ – You can't scare this Goose away

Colin Moran released an edit in 2014 called “Pumping Iron,” which had footage of Arnold Schwarzenegger curling a dumbbell like it was a pool noodle. His newest edit is title “Scarecrow,” which is a nickname you might call your skinny, not-ripped friend from middle school Surfermag.com

El Rancho Grande – Rolando Montes takes his first trip to Indo

Remember back in April, when Puerto Rican Rolando Montes dropped the edit of his first winter on Oahu’s North Shore, and we suddenly had very good reason to follow the travels of Rolando Montes? That, but in Indo now. The kid knows how to make an entrance Surfermag.com

Matt Bromley Chases Indonesian Ripples – Time to get risky

Matt Bromley put out Risky Business last December, and when the film dropped, the South African’s performance had us slack-jawed. Fast-forward to just a month ago, and Bromley drops the first episode — a series! Giving the people what they want — of Risky Ripples, directed by Andrew Kaineder, showing the South African track down

Perfect Day: Sumba, Indonesia – A wave for the 1%

While many Indonesian lineups are swarming with visiting surfers, this wave in Sumba, commonly referred to as Nihiwatu or Occy’s Left, has remained relatively uncrowded throughout the years. Thanks to the exclusive resort that fronts the break (which is privately owned by the ex-husband of American fashion mogul Tory Burch), only 10 surfers are allowed

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