Josie Prendergast is a young, stylish Australian longboarder, her act polished by the soft points near her home of Byron Bay. Here’s Prendergast riding a new model from Aussie legend Bob McTavish, The Dirt Nap – a limited-run single-fin pintail, with “triple gang 1/8” cedar stringers, wide laps and three special color pigments.”
Ben Ferguson and Scotty James take a trip to Australia and get a little bit of everything! Surf, snow, and skate… these dudes can do it all!
Read the full Road Trip: Ben Ferguson and Scotty James in Australia article on Snowboarder Magazine.
Much of today’s emerging talent is featured in surf filmmaker Layne Stratton’s work. He produced Cam Richards “Pardon Me” edit, which solidified Cam as a force in the air and in the heavier stuff. Evan Geiselman, Ian Crane, and Luke Davis scored Caribbean-side Panama on one of the most enviable trips we’ve seen filmed on
Amidst the maelstrom of beautiful big-wave cinematography we’ve seen since last year’s historic El Niño season, one name oddly missing from the credits was one of its visionaries: South Oz-born filmmaker Tim Bonython, a man who has documented the biggest, heaviest waves on the planet for more than 30 years. Here’s the very good reason
Sunny park laps, more dig-outs and plents of jumplines.
Read the full Feature Presentation: February 9, 2017 – Weekly Terrain Park Update article on Snowboarder Magazine.