Amp Sessions: An Incredible Drone Edit of Nias During an Historic Swell

Amp Sessions: An Incredible Drone Edit of Nias During an Historic Swell

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Amp Sessions: An Incredible Drone Edit of Nias During an Historic Swell

Yes, we’re still buzzing off the historic swell that pounded Nias last month. While the powerful thick-lipped tubes were rearranging Lagundri Bay’s reef below the surface, here’s what the instantly legendary session looked like from above.

From a drone angle, watch makes, breaks and double-ups so warped that even the most hellacious men in the lineup said, “No Thanks” to. The heavy tubes appear just as menacing from a bird’s eye view as the other angles we’ve seen from the well-documented session so far–which you can revisit here.

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