There Are Many Ways To Traverse The J-Bay Wall
Shaun Manners and Jack Lynch demonstrate.
Regardless of the outline or number of claws under the tail, J-Bay's a wave that demands top to bottom flow – something a bit of added thickness or length can help achieve. Recognising this, young Shaun Manners and SurfStitch freerider Jack Lynch set off for the Jewel of South Africa with two stacked bags of various foam shapes and sizes. The two-man Aussie contingent lucked out with swell and were able to put every one of them through their paces. From keeled-twins, to thrusters, to seven foot triple-stringer single fins, the pair made it all worth the added baggage expense. Swing in above and enjoy a few minutes of high lines, silk trims, wraps and lip attacks. The pointbreak envy comes guaranteed.