Under Prepare And Over Peform

Friday, 26 April 2013

The Curran brothers and friends point fun at Nike's exit from surfing with this paraody of Nike's Legacy ad starring Kolohe Andino. 

"Yes, surfing is a “Professional” Sport and Athletes do train for ultimate performance; but when you think about surfing and it’s origination, surfing has always been a mix of collective characters, playing in the ocean, at the beach, and wanting to have fun. Surfing is fun! So have fun. We did."

More fun over at BEACHBABESBBQ.COM

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