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Black Rain, Tosh in Hawaii & John John Down South

Greetings, Shredderz! Welcome to the latest installment of Clipz. Here are some videos I’ve enjoyed lately: Tosh Tudor is in Hawaii, continuing the family tradition of ripping on a wide variety of shapes. This video has a criminally low 477 views as of publishing time and it deserves a whole lot more. The…

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“Let it Simmer” & More

Greetings, Shredderz! Today’s “Clipz” entry admittedly has a familiar feel, as it features the likes of Mikey February and John John Florence, who have been frequent subjects here at Shred Sledz. But hey, I’m also not going to apologize for liking what I like, and if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. I’m…

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“Maps of Home” by John John Florence

Greetings, Shredderz! It has been an awesome month for surf video edits, with perhaps the best for last. John John Florence and Parallel Sea Productions are back with “Maps of Home”, which documents his most recent winter in Hawaii. The edit is about 21 minutes, which these days qualifies as being on the…

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Outer Reef Madness, User Friendly Nias & More

Greetings, Shredderz! To close out the shortest month of the year, here are some recent videos that I’ve enjoyed. Here is John John tackling some fearsome North Shore outer reef surf. There is no shortage of mind blowing big wave surfing going down these days. See below for some detail on the board….

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TUESDAY, SPACE & More

Greetings, Shredderz! If you’re jonesing for some quality surf edits with all caps titles, look no further. Welcome to the latest Clipz installment, where I share a handful of surf videos that have caught my attention. Today we’ve got another edit from the good folks at Need Essentials, a John John Florence short…

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Self Discovery & More: Clipz

Greetings, Shredderz! As someone who grew up in the pre-internet age — barbaric, I know — there were few things I looked forward to more than getting a new issue of Surfer Magazine in the mail. That has all changed, of course. I still love Surfer and its peers, but like anyone else…

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