Check out this recently released clip from Elsegood Productions featuring Rusty team rider Jay Davies going mental around his home area of Western Australia. Jay is a giant large human who surfs with amazing effortless style and the power of a nuclear submarine.
These clips show off Jay's technical abilities in less then ideal surfing conditions, not to mention there are a couple of moves in the edit which will have you screaming at the screen and frothing, and wondering how he manages to have such cat like balance abilities.
Follow Jay on instagram @jay_davies and be sure to visit Elsegood productions to watch the other flicks of Jay tearing it up around the world!
Kevin Schulz with a mean hack Photo: ISA / Rommel Gonzales
The ISA World Juniors Surfing Championship has been under way this past week in Nicaragua and Rusty team rider Kevin Schulz has been slugging it out and posting up scores against some of the top junior surfers on the planet. Schulz is a part of the USA surf team and was added to the world junior championship contest at Jiquiliste Beach in Nicaragua last month.
Photo: ISA / Rommel Gonzales
Kevin hails from San Clemente Ca where he would be graduating this week with his class, but elected to follow his dreams and join the US surf team for the contest to try and help secure a victory with the rest of the team. Kevin made it through the first 2 rounds of qualifying heats before getting edged out in round 3. He pushed through his rep heat taking first place with a 12.67, and is up in heat #3 the rep 5 heat against fellow American Parker Coffin, Elliot Ivarra from France, and Hiroto Arai from Japan.
The Slackerr is part of the Kerrection series from Rusty. Josh Kerr was looking for a board between a performance shortboard (Jokerr), and a groveler (Dozer). A shortboard with comp attributes but a little bit of grovel friendly personality… something for everyday surf with easy transition back to his comp boards.
Josh (155lbs) rides the 5’8”, Check out the size chart below to see what dims you should be riding to get the most out of your Slackerr
Check out this original series from What Youth Magazine featuring Rusty team rider Noa Deane. Noa is a very stylish 18 year old in and out of the water, his mom and dad were pro surfers and he has spent his whole life in the water and standing apart from the norm.
Visit TWSurf.com today and cast your vote for Josh Kerr in Chippa Wilson's Flight to the Flats contest. Kerrzy is going head to head with Mitch Coleborn, launching what is being called the biggest air of the contest so far in his clip.
You have to watch the video to truly appreciate Kerrzy's massive launch, and how he keeps the composure sliding down the foam to stick it and pull it off.
The latest film from Rusty team rider Sam Orozco entitled Over Easy is 2 minutes filled with some incredible shredding from his recent trip to Nicaragua. The edit is packed with clips of Sammy pulling into perfect peeling barrels, punting a slew of rotations, and throwing in some mean hacks to round it all out. The film was edited by Corey Frank and features music by the Dancing Tounges.
Check out this Fresh clip of Rusty team rider Noa Deane going absolutely looney in the Telo Islands. Watch as Noa throws rotation after rotation and huge man hacks all while Nirvana blares in the background, hyping your eyeballs and raising your froth-o-meter to an all time high.
This clip is guaranteed to get your amping to get in the lineup... Enjoy!
Check out the latest film from Rusty team rider Jay Davies and Elsegood Productions rightfully named Island Hopping. It's a collection of clips of the man child shredding the waves around the Telo Islands with some big turns, and lofty airs, that are sure to get you mind surfing and amped to get in the water.
Check out this short edit of Rusty central California team rider and all around shredder Clay Johnson. Clay is a man on the move constantly scouring up and down the central coast in search of wedgy beach break drainers and slabbing rock dodging drops! This was from one short session in Big Sur.
Check out the latest featured surfboard model, the Neil from Rusty. This stout performance Shortboard is designed for those average days of surf from knee high to head high.
It has a moderately full template with a wider nose and added volume for the ease of paddling. The Neil’s bottom contour has a deep single concave with a subtle vee of the tail that generates drive and speed quickly. The shallow angular Diamond tail gives the Neil its distinct look.
The Diamond tail shortens the rail length which makes your board feel a little smaller, easier to turn and a whole lot more alive in sloppy average conditions.
Bottom: Deep Single Concave
Fins: Thruster / upgrade to Five-fin is optional