Well known for documenting surf videos of East London spots like Nahoon Reef, shaper Johan ‘Lampeez’ Lamprecht submits his second entry which, unlike the usual tropical waves we’re used to seeing in surf videos, documents a different (dirtier) type of wave.
Featuring some great surfing by weskus ripper, Jaco Steyn and others during a perfect run of swell in Indo this past August, ‘Pelagic Amphibians’ is Jerome Mosetic’s entry into the December leg of Zag Shorts.
Growing up surfing the freezing, kelp infested raw Atlantic in Cape Town, Jacques Antoine couldn’t believe the fun, warm setups he found when he moved to KZN for two years. Appropriately titled “The Promised Land,” Jacques’ first entry showcases the footage he shot on surf missions while in KZN, and features a pretty tasty slab
The Eastern Cape, although most famous for Supers in Jeffrey’s Bay, is full of setups that range from hollow slabs, to beach breaks, to long-running point breaks and everything in-between. Christo Zietsman made plenty of missions around the area with Port Alfred local, Dane “Riverman” Cox, and put together this lekker first entry. We’re still
Father and son Doug and Stephen Thomson test ride two Clayton longboards – the Trim Master and the Performer. This was Stephen’s first time riding a longboard and Doug used a GoPro and wrist mount to capture the action.
Free surfers Doug Thomson and his son Stephen test ride Clayton Surfboards new Retro Fish at Cape St Francis, South Africa.
For his second entry, rather than documenting a trip abroad to tropical paradise, Yana Kessler put together a collection of the best clips from his local spot, which just so happens to be Namibia’s infamous left at Donkey Bay. Local Is Lekker features some of the Namib locals, as well as a few Saffas and
Yana Kessler of Malakai Productions created this highlight reel of him and his mates surf and sail trip to Indonesia last year (2014). This is his first entry and it’s filled with plenty of surfing, fishing, traveling and meeting new people from all around the world.
Talented KZN north coast local, Shane Sykes, talks about the influence that his child hood role model, Julian Wilson, has had on his surfing style. While a collection of clips from all over KZN is perfectly strung together, Shane also speaks about making it onto the CT, with the pot of gold being to become
“It was July 31, 12 days after the J-Bay Open final and Supers was firing. Kelly had been up the west coast the week before, chasing slabs with Twiggy, and decided to follow the swell back to J-Bay. The footage that precedes was shot an hour either side of dead low on the GoPro 4