11.04.12 by Jeff

North*

North surfing in Tofino British Columbia Canada
What’s it like to surf here in British Columbia? The Quiksilver surf team joins Raph Bruhwiler in Tofino to find out. Watch for the killer whales (seriously)!

Watch the video below!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • steven

    this was a solid block of surfing footage!

    So, I’m very far from knowledgeable when it comes to this sport. I don’t know what tricks are more challenging, or what is technically good. I always figured “hey, a 360 on a surf board? very very hard.” I don’t really know much more than that!

    Input anyone? Also, anyone have favorite surf video, hopefully available online? I want to be a more informed fan of this beautiful sport.

  • So, so good.





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