Wade Goodall And The Young Disciples
Cult Rituals: A Vans joint with initiates Kyuss and Rasmus King
How’s Wade Goodall coming in hot with this cult-y clip? Cult Rituals finds the Sunshine Coast natural footer joined by young disciples Kyuss and Rasmus King. It’s refreshing to see Wade so comfortable, throwing his tail around, looking playful on a high line—and not (thankfully) the devil-may-care, stomp-airs-straight-into-the-flats Goodall that suffered three broken legs (one each year, from 2013 to 2015, poor guy).
Filmed on the coast surrounding Byron Bay, Goodall loaded up young brothers Kyuss and Rasmus, packed a lunch and a package of Vans‘ new Ultra Range series to test on the road. Vans created these shoes with their team riders, not for them. Working with Goodall’s old pal, Pat Gudauskas, Vans set out to design a shoe that could handle tour, and everything it entails. Vans delivered a style that is light, comfortable and classic: the Ultra Range, a pro model shoe for pro surfers. Everything you need to Get There. Right here.
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