Luke Davis can normally be found surfing Lowers. And Nick Rozsa is usually rocking out Ventura. But occasionally the boys need a change of scenery. Each goes a round out of his element for this episode of Sea Movies presented by Reef. Luke lets loose in some wild Ventura beachbreak. Then Rozsa and his bodyboard buddies enjoy some point surf at a wind protected spot in Malibu. It’s still California, and although they’re a tweak or so out of their elements, they still pretty much still crush it.
A majority of this footage is summer slop from around my home over the Christmas break after I came home from Hawaii. Damn it was fun to be home. I threw in some old toobs because well, who doesn't like a good toob. Enjoy
We had the pleasure of being home for a good solid chunk of time around the holidays. It was the first good chunk of time that I have had in some time. Besides relaxing with our friends and family and soaking up the joys of Santa Barbara,
Born and raised in Ventura county, Catherine has grown up surfing the groomed point breaks of Santa Barbara. Her refined style and ability to ride any type of equipment having zero to 4 fins makes Catherine a perfect fit for the diverse Reef team. In addition to surfing, Catherine loves to play guitar, design clothes/jewelry, and work with non-profits to help the world. Check out a little Q & A we did with Catherine!
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