Published on January 23, 2020 by
  • Quiksilver

Surfing. Snowboarding. Art. Cities. Lost coasts. New waves. Old waves. Splitboarding. Riding park. All of these things are fun.

But to experience them, you have to put yourself out there. You have to create fun. Day or night. Mountain or wave or street. In your comfort zone or out of this world. Doesn’t matter where or how, just as long as you go.

Go. And seriously, have fun.


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Quiksilver – “I have a special connection with La Gravière,” Jeremy Flores says. “I’ve been surfing there since I was super young, but I used to feel like I had a love/hate relationship with the wave. I would have so much fun free surfing there, but would seem to struggle in contests.” That suddenly changed last October. Jeremy won the 2019 Quiksilver Pro France in a rowdy way, dropping the highest heat totals in nearly every round leading up to the final. He had found a rhythm, a zone. He was unstoppable. “Ever since I won, I feel like I have more of a supernatural connection to the waves here.” Want proof? France has been firing lately and Jeremy has been on it. Press play to watch one of this generation’s best tube riders do his thing. But before you do, here’s one last note from Jeremy. “I think the best thing about surfing in winter is being able to share an uncrowded lineup with your friends [like Marc Lacomare, who has a cameo in this clip]. Even though I’m an island guy, I had a day where I surfed for six hours in a five mil. Years ago, there’s no way I would have done that — but suits are just so good these days.” We agree. Now, get to frothing. Filmed by: Andy Benetrix // Laurent Pujol // David Rip It Up Edited by: Andy Benetrix Music by: Holy Bouncer
Sounds of Surfing - Trailer | Quiksilver

Sounds of Surfing – Trailer | Quiksilver

Quiksilver – February 2019, Nazaré: the musician and electro-music producer Romain de la Haye-Serafini aka “Molécule” (Ed Banger Records) set himself a new artistic challenge: to create music that emphasises the power of the legendary surf spot Nazaré by sourcing sound directly from the natural phenomenon. Under the guidance of filmmaker Vincent Kardasik, the LK RTEL team and the world’s big wave surfing elite including Quiksilver team rider Othmane Choufani, Molecule literally submerged himself in the ocean and the in big wave surf culture, learning the codes from those who take on extraordinary swells, building a bridge and uniting two universes, with one common denominator: adventure. Molecule EP and the 26-minute documentary Sounds Of Surfing will be released on January 17th, 2020. Stay tuned.

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