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7’2 Bushman

By May 12, 2018 No Comments

Yesterday surf’s pumping at home 😳 and small here on the North Shore 🙄. So trips don’t always go to plan, but yesterday still had a couple of great surfs 🏄 🏄, including a nice afternoon session at Kammies with my Hawaian mate @lvngrtlife 🌊 Riding his 7’2 Bushman, foam was my friend, in early, a few barrels and some nice walls. Thanks Dave and love the spray on this a very clever ironic pretend board snap.😂 Enjoy, nice!

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