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Departure Delayed: John John Florence

by on Thursday 3rd January, 2013   16084 Views

JOHN John Florence’s surfing is something to see, butter for the eyes and a knife to your apathy.

He’s a contradiction. His relaxed style makes it look too easy, but of course it isn’t. He’s apparently a lovely chap unlike some entitled surf rats, but he’s he’s also highly competitive and above all wants to win.

This short Departure Delayed features John John Florence plus brothers Ivan Florence, Nathan Florence, plus Kiron Jabour and Koa Rothman with ridiculously smooth skating by Greyson Fletcher.

Filmed by Damien Robertson, Daniel Russo, and Blake Kueny.

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