Did You Miss Day Three of the Da Hui Backdoor Shootout?
Seriously, Pipeline with three other gents? Goodness gracious! Featuring Mason Ho, Seth Moniz, Makua and Koa Rothman, Balaram Stack, Eli Olson and more.
As we (im)patiently await finals day of the Da Hui Backdoor Shootout (that’s likely to run Tuesday), only the residual clips from days past can keep our anticipation at bay. This edit, filmed by Tay Steele (no, not that Tay Steele), features Mason Ho, Seth Moniz, Makua Rothman, Koa Rothman, Ryder Guest, Billy Kemper, Balaram Stack, Olamana Eleogram, Elea Stewart, Eli Olson and Kai Mana Henry going bananas on the best swell Pipe has seen all season. Dive into the prime day 3 action above.
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...And proceeded to rip the hell out of it on a "borrowed" 5-finned Tomo.
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An action-rich tour behind the scenes of her triumphant first voyage to Oz.
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