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K66 Team member and Big Wave rider, Glyn Ovens is always on the go, whether it's going up a mountain with a ruck sack, camera and a snowboard under his arm, or hitting the unknown and much kept secret waves of Great Britian.
Glyn carving it up on his Retrolution Carbon 5'10" Fanatic Surfboard
Always striving to seek out and ride waves that have been thought to be un-ridable, Glyn never ceases to amaze us with his energy and love for finding board based adventures and capturing it on film. Our professional waterman, is a free-surfing, slab hunting, tow-surfing, big wave paddle surfer, oh and a SUP and PWC (jetski) rescue specialist too, which is reassuring, as we really wouldn't fare most of the surfers out there in the kind of waves and conditions that Glyn throws himself into.
In Glyns latest adventure, we find him paddle boarding around the British Isles Celtic seas and man, it looks cold! Luckily he was in his ION Onyx 4,3 wetsuit and Ballistic boots to keep the chills at bay. Glyn was carving it up on his Fanatic 8,5 Carbon Pro Wave (with 8" blade). Click Supping The Dragon to check out Glyn's short video and if you liked watching Glyn hanging out in a really cold Welsh sea, then you might want to also watch his Back Country Snowboarding in Wales.
Last weekend the guys at Blue Chip in Surrey hosted their 3rd annual Battle Of The Thames which attracted 111 competitors including Australian world champion Jamie Mitchell. Photo's courtesy of Tomas Januska