Clay Marzo: a natural-born surfer

Someone once said that Clay Marzo is the best free surfer in the world.

Whether we agree or disagree, we can't deny that the 28-year-old was born with a rare yet natural talent for reading and riding waves of consequence.

This time, the viewer is invited to watch his stunts over dry reefs. Does this sound terrifying? Well, for us, it could be a dangerous move, but for Marzo, it's an exciting challenge.

The devil is the details.

Watch closely how Clay finds time to comb his hair in the barrel. His relaxed shoulders set the pace for highly efficient bottom turns and the consequent barrels and air attempts.

Shot on the west of Maui by Russell Spencer.

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