Surfing Videos

Hawindo: Ryan Williams

Beautifully shot and edited by Ryan Williams, this vid features the surfing of Jack Robinson, John John Florence, Mason Ho, Italo Ferreira, Bruno Santos, Torren Martyn, Tomas Hermes, Griffin Colapinto, Filipe Toledo, Crosby Colapinto, Seth Moniz, Nyoman Satriaa, Ivan Florence, Jaimie O'Brien, Makana Pang, Eddie Kelly, Kolohe Andino, Derek Ho, Nick Vasicek, and is shot in Indo and Hawaii

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Blue: Julian Wilson at Cloudbreak

This video of Julian Wilson at Cloud Break was shot and edited by Jimmy Lees, with water footage by Rick Jakovich & Dave Fox.

That Day In Senegal

Finisterre's trip to Senegal in the spring of 2019 created a moment of surfing magic. Watch Finisterre Ambassador Noah Lane and photographer Jack Johns dropping into some crazy barrels in front of a crowd of cheering local spectators, most of whom had never seen stand-up surfing before.

The O'Riginals - Travis Potter

Many dream about leaving the nine-to-five grind to chase barrels around the world, but few actually get out there and do it. For underground tube hound Travis Potter, his life has revolved around spending as much time off the grid and under the lip as possible. His infatuation with Indonesia's pristine caverns grew over the years, as did the length of Potter's excursions and the risk.

Lightning Bolt: A Pure Source

The story behind the best known brand in surfing

The O'riginals: Dan's Big Trip

Young Crescent Head surfer/shaper, Dan Johnson embarks on his first overseas surf trip. Dan caught the first flight landing at Munda in the Solomon Islands before a connecting flight took him onwards. As the old saying goes, "you can take the boy out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the boy". No matter where Dan goes, he brings a smile to the faces of those he meets. Traditional style and a surfing approach that is different each and every time. Be it the lines he draws in his surfing or shaping, or his approach to the everyday.

Best Clip from "The Endless Summer"

Of all the surf movies, Endless Summer probably encouraged more young surfers to travel and find and ride waves in far off places than any other

Shaun Thomson: 60 sec tube

This footage is from Gary Capo's Many Classic Moments shot in the mid 70's. Shaun Tomson was a consummate tube rider and was very good at turning inside the tube as you can see in this video

How Did I End Up In Nazare

Documentary about first Russian big wave surfers. Nazare,2016. Filmed by Mayi Rudik and Philipp Vasilev. Surfers are Andrey "Dolphin" Ovchinnikov and Andrey Karr Boldyrev

Bustin Down the Door

During the winter of 1975 in Hawaii, surfing was shaken to its core. A group of young surfers from Australia and South Africa sacrificed everything and put it all on the line to create a sport, a culture, and an industry that today is worth billions of dollars and has captured the imagination of the world. With a radical new approach and a brash colonial attitude, these surfers crashed headlong into a culture that was not ready for revolution and surfing was never to be the same again.

Andrew Mooney: East Coast Canada

Australian slab addict Andrew Mooney decided that, for his birthday, he'd take a little different kind of surf trip than he's used to. Instead of seeking out massive slabs in remote Oz, he jetted off to Canada in search of hurricane surf and silky point breaks. As you can see in filmmaker Owen Milne's latest Sessions edit, Mooney was not disappointed.