Peak Condition – CH | 11 | TV | 013

Peak Condition – CH | 11 | TV | 013

Raw, edgy and unfiltered, Dane unleashes his full bag of tricks, obliterating waves and blowing minds in the process.

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Words below: Dane Reynolds

Matt doesn’t believe human behavior is influencing global warming. Matt has a 5th grade degree in science from Pierpont elementary.

It’s December 7th and it feels like it’s June. Been flat and gloomy. August had 55 degree water. I swear the pipe used to have a half decent arrangement of cobbles for a somewhat rippable albeit soft peeler. Now it’s a turd. Theres a graveyard of pipe cobbles at San Jon. No rain to restock the pipe.

‘Star Bar,’ remember that? Every 4/5 years there’d be a rain event significant enough to create a massive sandbar at Santa Clara river mouth that extended out 100 yards sometimes more. It’s been about 17 years since the last ‘Star Bar.’

What I’m saying is I notice a change, in my short time of paying attention to the weather where I live, 20 or so years, and that is alarming. 20 years is a tiny slice of time for drastic change. Is it purely a cycle? Or is the earth a microwave choking on carbon and there’s no turning back? I know everyone reading this is an expert, can we get some scientific evaluation? Anyone wanna compare notes from your regional data?

Thanks for tuning in

Dane

Featuring:
Zach Kiets
Other Kid
Dane Reynolds
Eithan Osbourne
Micky Clarke
Matt Mccabe

Happy Talk

Happy Talk

Eithan Osborne at home in Ventura, CA. Pandemic, beach closures, no travel, the perfect time to make a surf film. Eithan Makes the best of a California season with a quick jaunt to Tahiti, surfing with his friends Mickey Clarke and Dane Reynolds.

Filmed on Kodak 16mm by Andrew Schoener

Happy happy, joy joy

Happy happy, joy joy

The Happy is a new performance shortboard model built to give surfers the freedom to easily go wherever their mind takes them.

It’s an all-in-one board made for our Tour surfers that only want to think about one model they can scale up or down with ease. But every day surfers have already told us that it’s an approachable performance shortboard designs that isn’t just for the pros.

Low entry rocker and strategically placed forward volume allow the board to paddle well, get up to speed quickly, and perform extremely well in the tube. To harness all that speed, Happy’s refined rails and thinned out tail make for a highly responsive board that is also extremely forgiving through critical maneuvers and it holds like a mutha – no matter how hard you turn.

The Great Dane

The Great Dane

Watch as Dane threads, throws tail and rotates through this sweet little edit, it makes me wanna go surfing and give up in equal measures. Mr Reynolds and his wave wizardry are a joy to watch, sit back and hit play.

This Is Dane Reynolds…

This Is Dane Reynolds…

Considered as one of the best surfers in the world, Dane Reynolds is an aerial, creative surfer without compromise. He may even be the best thing to happen to surfing in the last decade. Desillusion Magazine’s editor in chief Sebastien Zanella followed Dane from Hawaii to his hometown Ventura in California, to get an true insight of his life away from the spotlight.