How Seabass And Pals Do The Ments: The Edit
Happily Stoked does Indonesia.
A little tongue-and-cheek humour, some beers poolside with the boys, then it's out the back for a heap of full-throated ripping. The latest instalment of Happily Stoked, prominently featuring Seabass in Indo, hunkers down at the black-sand nirvana that is Keramas before jumping aboard the Sibon Baru. From here it's celebration of fantastic quality in the Mentawai Islands, with the rest of the cast that includes Brent Dorrington, Brett Levingston, Nick Vasicek, Sheldon Simkus, Rizal Tanjung, Broson Meidy, Kip Caddy, Joel Nantes, Dazza Scott, Samba Mann and Icaro Ronchi.
Ninety-two seconds into Bass’s acrobatic performance and the question beckons: is Keramas the best combo wave in the world? A deep, but predictable, stand-up tube on the take-off, a mid-section that allows for a turn or a pump, finished with an end bowl that screams to the creatively inclined. Seabass takes full advantage, smashing, spinning, hooking under the lip and such.
If a dynamic, spontaneous line is what you seek, get out your notepad, watch Bass do work.