Watch: Noah Beschen, Oscar Langburne, And Shane Borland Explore Oz
A long-ish player! With a cameo from RVCA veteran Jay Davies.
Every half a decade or so a changing of the guard is witnessed in surfing. On the competitive front that might be Kanoa Igarashi taking his first CT victory, or in the women’s field, a teenage girl by the name of Caroline Marks redefining women’s backside surfing.
On the non-competitive front, this switch comes in video form. Rather than established names being the drawcard, a new-ish batch of names find themselves known enough to take the video’s title… and more importantly, feature in the film.
In the current case, these names are Noah Beschen, Oscar Langburne, and Shane Borland – all up and coming riders who ‘coincidentally’ ride for RVCA.
The above 13-minute clip features a recent trip of the aforementioned men and the surfing they did on this trip. It’s a long-ish player worthy of your Monday viewing – or whatever day it is in your current time zone.
And if you miss the days of unshifting pixels, you can scroll below for an assorted range of shots courtesy of Delon Isaacs and Chris Grundy.
The ‘gang’, in its entirety.
Inviting, is it not?
Shane Borland opting for the low road.
The only issue with drawn back frames is identifying the surfer in them.
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