When the elements line up just right at Durban’s New Pier, you wouldn’t want to be out anywhere else. And so for his first entry, Dylan Theron captures the evidence by shooting some amazing barrels along eThekweni’s golden mile.
David Van Zyl and Mikey February share a breezy surf session together in Cape Town. The combination of good music, light, waves and some intense slow motion make for a really entertaining watch. Add to that Mikey’s air game and Davey’s rail work and you’ve got yourself a stellar short.
Cape Town based water photographer, Ian Thurtell has been shooting some amazing stills for Zag for a number of years. Fellow stills photographer, Ryan Collins, follows Ian to some of his favourite spots around the Cape documenting his time in the water as he gives his thoughts on what being a surf photographer means to
This video started as a simple idea to go surfing up the coast, on a mid-week morning, without having to deal with the traffic on the way back into Cape Town. But later that day when we watched the GoPro footage of our trip, we realised that we could use the footage to inspire other
Cellso Fabbri takes out a combination of long and short boards to Hullets Reef, Cape St Francis, and films the session from the first person POV using his GoPro. Long lines, no crowds and and some fancy footwork is what you cane expect in “Surfing Hullets Reef.”
Seapoint must have experienced a serious dry spell in swell while this video was shot, forcing local hero Tom Catlin to sidewalk surf whilst conducting some strangely heroic antics in the process. Nevertheless, like all good action movies, he gets the girl.
This was filmed in the session after the 2015 Jbay Open final. It features Derek Hynd riding a 11’6″ finless board and Emi Erickson riding a 1973 Bob Cooper single fin. The smaller day is the Monday after the final, where we thought it’d be bigger. Kelly Slater gets a wave after his semi final