Wednesday, 21 November 2018

The Hot 100 Movie Trailer

In today's surf world it's mandatory that every moment of progressive surfing be captured on video. In fact, all the best young surfers rarely leave home without a filmer in tow. This year, they've persuaded (or bribed) most of them to hand over their very best unseen footage for the 2012 SURFER Hot 100 Movie. Featuring the best young surfers in locations all over the globe, the movie is a mind-blowing distillation of the best of the current crop of future stars. Watch it or download it for free on April 2nd, 2012.

Featuring John John Florence, Gabriel Medina, Kolohe Andino, Carissa Moore, Conner Coffin, Evan Geiselman, Nat Young, Jack Freestone, Miguel Pupo, Tyler Wright, Balaram Stack, Andrew Doheny, Coco Ho, Parker Coffin, Jack Robinson, Malia Manuel and many more...

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