Surfboards are made... for surfing. But what is surfing in its widest sense?

The theory of surfing tells us that we should catch a wave and stand up on the surfboard. However, the new school generation is changing that classic perception.

Apparently, surfing is what you do with it. Today, a surfer can ride prone, standing, kneeling, squatting, sitting, and even laying on his/her back.

And if you think it isn't fun, take a look at what these innovators are doing in head-high waves. It's all about breaking the rules. And we love it.

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Brad Domke calls Cylinders his home. He's been riding it for more than a decade. But you've never seen him in board transfers like these.

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Nico von Lerchenfeld has had the time of his life at Surf Snowdonia, in Wales. But he was not there to surf.

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