Fourteen-Year-Old Oscar Berry Rides The Refraction, NSW
Australia’s freshest wedge wrangler.
Whether it’s through his performance on wheels or foam, Stab believes 14 year-old Oscar Berry will be all over your radar in the coming years.
We did a little research to find out more about the shining star from New South Wales’ North Coast. Hurley claims they originally adopted him into their elite family for his skateboarding prowess. Since then, however, his surf game has exploded.
Exceeding his skills on four wheels, according to our enquiries (you can judge for yourself below).
For the past several days, the entire east coast of Australia has been gifted with long period energy. Everything from points, to shelfs, to open beaches have lit up with activity. Young Oscar’s been relishing in the opportunity, enjoying the fruits of his home between class bells. Here, swinging himself through a refracted gem and emerging with understandable delight.
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