Noa Deane scores heavy waves in Mexico

Noa Deane scores heavy waves in Mexico


Noa Deane scores heavy waves in Mexico

Noa Deane is surfing’s hottest property. Or at least he was until the first few days of 2017, when his big fluorescent Rusty sticker morphed into a Volcom Stone and surfing’s worst kept secret was let out of the bag as its biggest bidding war was officially closed.

Before switching teams Noa left us with this epic three-minute cut from Mexico, expertly edited by Shane Fletcher and served with a healthy helping of garage punk from Noa’s Californian mates The Rooms. It features modern surfing at its finest, above and below the coping. Noa tackles sections most would shy away from, flies over the lip where most would cut and run.

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