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Eastcoast Pounded

Wax up ya frusta this weekend if you live in Sydney, its going to be pumping.

STUMP Board Test

Waves mag took the STUMP to Indo for a board test, you be the judge.




Two mates and the open road chasing swells. A typical Winter surf trip in SW Australia inspired by exactly that! 

Filmed in one day edited by the fire that night. 

Filmed & edited by Rusty's own Aaron Bruce & Mark Pace.

Matt Capel

Matt Capel is from Cornwall UK but share his time between the cold English south shore and the rest of the world. Known for his progressive approach of surfing, Matt is 100% dedicated to free surfing and follows the endless summer. He likes big moves with speed and commitment, he reverses anywhere he can, get in the air as often he can, but he’s not just a tricky surfer. He can turn with power, get barreled into some heavy cold water slabs or charge some big hollow waves.

Born in 1986, Matt has spent half of his life in Australia for high school. Obviously Surfing was his favorite class in Narrabeen, indeed he got back to the UK with his Australian surfing degree in the pocket mixing new school, power and charging… Now Matt is one of the most visible UK surfer wherever a good session is Matt isn’t that far. Participating to couple of contests to stay in shape, Matt likes to have fun weather if it is on land with his bro and mates, in the water or answering an interview on his favorite porn websites …


Kerr On POP

POPMAG.COM.AU has done a write up on the 21st Digital Boy Josh Kerr, keep POP in your favourites its a cool site covering all things surf skate snow + more.


Nate Yeomans Going Bananas

Nate Yeomans travels around the globe going bananas for waves. editing by Matt Wybenga.


Double complete rainbow

Double complete rainbow all the way..............oh my god....




Damo our marketing gimp talks Rusty & wearing leather in the latest Waves mag.....

Tom In Tha Woods

Piecing together an entry for Taylor Steele’s online ‘Innersection’ project can be a lengthy progress. First you’ve got to nail clips then whittle it down into a two to three minute section that showcases your blood, sweat and tears. Gold Coast grom, Thomas Woods teamed up with his brother James to produce their first Innersection entry. The duo churned out an entry that included a stop-motion intro and a handful of solid airs. Waves caught up with Thomas to find out how long it to him to create his entry, how he takes the criticism and what it would mean if he took out the major prize.............

Surfer Dude Interview

Funny Surfer Interview, well played dude!

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