Throw Back Thursday: Kelly's Trestles Point Of View

Thursday, 12 September 2013

We're just a few days out from the Hurley Pro which is held in the rippable waves of Trestles. We thought what better time to throw back to this time last year when Kelly Slater gave us an insight to just what a warm up wave looks like from his point-of-view. 

Kelly went on to win the thing last year which made three in a row and it also marked his 50th WCT win. If that doesn't make you want to back the man this year, we don't know what will, oh wait, maybe the fact Dane Reynolds is in the mix this year? Then again, the whole wrist injury doesn't look great.

Stay tuned to SurfingLife.com.au for our Hurley Pro Preview tomorrow morning.


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