A local's eye view from Namibia's Skeleton Bay
Ever since Corey Lopez n' crew discovered Skeleton Bay back in 2005, this one-of-a-kind South Atlantic remote left-hand sand point has mesmerised pros and amateurs alike. Most recently featuring as the highlight of Craig Anderson and Dane Reynolds's 'Slow Dance' movie, anyone to have visited the region has more or less declared scoring the finest tube rides of their life-time there.
But ever wondered what it's like out there on your average smaller days? This latest edit offers an idea, featuring a handful of shred cats fortunate enough to call Skeleton Bay their homebreak. Kinda looks fun, huh?