In Focus: Morgan Maassen
Grace on a surfboard defined. Stephanie Gilmore gliding at Pupukea on the North Shore of Oahu.
No tour, no problem. Dane Reynolds finding meaning at home in Ventura, Calif.
The 11-time world champ in pirate mode onboard the Indies Trader I bound for a secret spot in Micronesia.
Barrel hunting in Micronesia, Kelly Slater scored this wave that ran all the way down the reef like a freight train. No time to slow down, you might get clipped.
Give the man a chance and he'll go. Reef McIntosh doesn't pull back on too many waves, especially when he's surfing Pipe and Backdoor.
John John Florence
If you're going to dominate the Pipe/Backdoor/Off The Wall stretch on the North Shore completely it means occasionally taking to the air. John John Florence flies with the greatest of ease.
The natural beauty of an early morning in the desert of Oaxaca, Mexico, a la Steph Gilmore.
When light and subject collide. Dion Agius caught in a cosmic moment at Byron Bay, Australia.
Being the greatest surfer ever doesn't necessarily mean winning every contest, sometimes it's those introspective moments in the middle of nowhere that are the most meaningful. Slater lost in thought in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Born and raised on the North Shore, Chapman cut his reputation charging big Pipeline, but he knows better than anybody that if you want to surf everyday occasionally you have to make concessions. Rocky Point is his go-to when the Banzai reef's not doing its thing.