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Kai Lenny

By May 15, 2018 No Comments

Kai Lenny, perhaps the highest profile all-round (plus talented) ocean waterman on the planet right now. He famously and amazingly rode 4 craft in 1 Day at 25ft Jaws (paddle in surfboard, kite board, SUP and windsurfer) and has since also successfully ridden a surfboard foil there.
He, as one of a Hawaiis favorite sons, is unsurprisingly the figurehead in an advertising campaign at Honolulu Airport.
And yet his featured surfing 🏄 shot in the campaign is at the Slater, Lemoore Wave Pool in California 😳. Interesting choice, interesting times in the Surfing World right now……

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