Want More Jai Glindeman And Dakoda Walters?
Two of our favorites, amidst a fresh batch of exciting Australian talent.
Through the course of a few (chaotic) board tests and our yearly punt extravaganza, the past few spins around the sun have left us enamored with both Jai Glindeman and Dakoda Walters.
With just three years — and three and a half headlands — between them, the two regular-footers are poised as some of Australias most exciting youngsters. Jai’s notably narrow aestheticism and Dakoda’s technical recklessness leave them both with a clear point of difference amongst their peers, and we can’t wait to see what they grow into.
Fortunately, they’re both currently under the same ink and parchment over at Billabong, which means we get videos like the above — featuring Dakoda, his younger brother Harley Walters, Jai, Lennix Smith, and Willis Droomer.
Beachbreak ramps and budding personalities at play here. Extra points for Harley ripping on a $50 Facebook Marketplace highlighter.
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