OffTheWall.TV brings you a recap of the 1st annual Stoke-O-Rama. The contest, created by the Gudauskas brothers, was held at T Street Beach and exists to promote positivity and fun for the youth and families of San Clemente.
From a very young age, John Florence has been turning heads with his unique style. OffTheWall.TV catches up with some of the biggest names in surfing to get their take on what makes John one of today's most successful pro surfers. Don't forget to watch John as he competes in this year's Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. Music: "Treehorn" by Greenleaf and "Stand Alone (Instrumental)" by Suplecs.
Vans Presents The Ductumentary, A short-film revealing what is perhaps Joel Tudor's greatest contribution to surfing. Featuring Joel Tudor, Alex Knost, Tyler Warren, Ryan Burch, Jared Mell and more. Directed by Graham Nash and Reagan Ritchie.
Music by Tomorrows Tulips, Matt McCluer, Skalpel, Blank Tapes, Japenese Motors, Nolan Hall, and Radar Eyes
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In Torquay, Australia, the brothers go on grom patrol and learn about the Torquay Boardriders Club with Aussie surfers Adam Robertson and Cahill Bell Warren. Next they go lawn bowling and get served by old school Aussie members. After a surf at Winkiepop, the boys’ final stop is the Bird Rock Café for beers and shots. Music: "I Know You're Holding" by Moses Luster and The Hollywood Lights, "Searchlight" by Aloha, "Bass Makes Treble" by Heavy Young Heathens, "Leisure Suit" by Fred Card, "Torture" and "Invisible Midnight" by Magic Trick, "Sa Sabine" by Les Sans Culottes, "Wuss Goin On?" by A Zoobone Sound, "I Won't Forget About You" by Jesse Dee, "chicken & grits" by Slimity Picker, and "Suffer" by The Death Riders