No Nonsense Hawaiian Ripping
Rock and roll with Lucas Silveira.
Attempting to count all the highly-skilled, blank-nosed surfers that grace the North Shore of Oahu over the course of a Winter season would be futile at best.
While you may not have been able to pick Lucas Silveira out of the lineup on the back of his surfboard adornment, if you spent any time at Sunset or Rockies, you likely saw him putting in his work. Lucky for Lucas, his work happens to take the form of landing backside airs and putting down immensely clean frontside carves on waves that would scare the average individual.
With surfing’s top dogs still feeling the pain of last year’s salary slashing, here’s to hoping an International QS can get up and running again soon so guys like Lucas can go back to showcasing their form against the world’s best.
Click above to watch his Hawaiian Highlight reel. Who ever said no to rock and roll?
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