Check out these sweet clips from Rusty team rider Mikey Ciaramella from his recent south of the border adventure in Baja Mexico. Mikey grew up chasing hurricane surf in Jersey, but is currently living in San Diego California, and is enjoying taking full advantage of being able to make the trek passed the border for some uncrowded point break waves, and authentic baja tacos!
Looking for a new shape to bring some fun back into your session and put a smile on your face? Say hello to The Happy Shovel from Rusty!
Introducing the newest edition to the quiver, this small wave board is ideal for that knee to shoulder high day. Its limits are yet to be determined. Think low volume but high surface area.
The Happy Shovel paddles and planes with ease, combining a double-barrel concave and short board rails, the board allows you to whip it around on a dime! We designed it with the five fin setup for even more versatility so you can ride it as a quad or a thruster.
Our team riders across the globe have been giving the Happy Shovel two thumbs up… a fun board to surf!
For more info visit the surfboards section here...
Check out the latest webisode from Elsegoodproductions.com featuring Rusty team rider Jay Davies ripping around South Africa titled "Gold Coast". Jay is joined by Noa Deane for a couple of windy lofty airs as well.
Check out this latest Rusty edit featuring Rusty team rider Josh Kerr's road to the finals during the Pipe Pro contest earlier this month. It shows Kerrzy doing what he does when he's in contest mode and charging. There are some sick clips of Kerrzy getting barreled off his ass to push his way through to the finals, and if you watch it closely you can see his cat like reflexes in action.
Kerrzy was just voted the fifth best tuberider in the world by many of his peers according to Stabmag.com, it's easy to see why in this clip Check it out on Stab.com here...
Two days in one state, being the southern-most of Australia, and infinite kilometers, and excellent waves starring Noa Deane. Cut to Dirty Beaches' Golden Desert Sun, by Shane Fletcher. Dislikers of back-to-back spins should find this to be digital splendor.
Check out this collection of clips from Rusty east coast team rider Mikey Ciaramella charging spots all over the North Shore this past 2012-2013 season. It even shows him taking a digger closeout at Pipe, cutting open his melon, getting it wrapped up, and throwing on a helmet so he can get back out in the lineup and pull into some more heaving pits! Yewww!
From paying his dues to getting some sick clips, Mikey's edit will get you frothing for some crystal clear, warm water tubes.
Josh Kerr has reached another Pipe final at the Volcom Pipe Pro. Just over 1 month ago Josh was narrowly beaten by Joel Parkinson in the Billabong Pipe Masters final. Josh continued his amazing form at renown break over last few days during the 5* QS event.
Josh scored a perfect 10 pt ride during his 1/4 final and was narrowly beaten by John John Florence in the final, finishing 3rd behind John & Chris Ward.
Josh will next compete on home soil at the Quiksilver Pro on the Gold Coast beginning March 2nd.
The Punt Of The Year winner has been announced! Congratulations go out to Albee Layer for taking the first place spot and pocketing the $10K for his crazy frontside double-alley-oop.
Albee's air was up against a slew of competition from John John Florence, Matt Meola, Kelly Slater, Alan Fendrich, Cory Lopez. and Gabriel Mendina. All of the surfers nominated for the Punt of the Month raised the bar for above the lip surfing in 2012, and have brought a new level of competition to progressive surfing to be seen going forward.
Thanks to Surfline.com and all of the Punt Of The Year entrants and nominees, and huge props to Albee Layer for stomping such a progressive air!