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Jeff Divine
With the right board, Pipeline really was not as difficult as it appeared. This was a good board, most of my Pipe boards were 8'-0" and somehow I hung on to this one through the years. Randy Rarick refurbished it and sold it in one of his surf auctions for a ridiculous amount of money .... but then Randy is able to take a beat up old board and make it look, literally, brand new.
Gerry
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Portrait by Nanda Ormond
Nanda Ormond
Cakewalk
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With the right board, Pipeline really was not as difficult as it appeared. This was a good board, most of my Pipe boards were 8'-0" and somehow I hung on to this one through the years. Randy Rarick refurbished it and sold it in one of his surf auctions for a ridiculous amount of money .... but then Randy is able to take a beat up old board and make it look, literally, brand new.
Jeff Divine
Lightning Bolt
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Though he supported pro surfing, Lopez did not experience much competitive success during his early days on the tour. However his Lightning Bolt company became one of the first globally recognised surf brands and he continued to be a stand out where it mattered most - in the thundering belly of the Pipeline.
Jeff Divine
Lopez
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Lopez deep swell paddleboarding somewhere between Oahu and Molokai. Looks kinda fun, don’t it?
Edmunds
Pipeline
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Where do you see yourself in this shot? The Pipeline crowd of winter 2012.
Alex Marks
Ozzie Wright
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“You want a board with soul? Draw eyes on it,” says Ozzie Wright, a man who enjoys his pop-outs and hand-crafts in equal measure.
Carey
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