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June 27, 2012, 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by JTG40cal View Post
You that is real? If you Google Kit Surfer Jumps Pier, all you get is this ONE guy who does it in Britain or something. Set some kind of world record. And the fact that there is nothing about anyone else makes you think no one else has really done it There is nothing about this guy who makes it look like he does it every day. Plus, the guy who did it in Britain hit a HUGE wave to get him over the pier. This guy looks like he did it in just a little chop. This could be one of those videos like the guy who kicks a football across campus and rings the clock tower bell.
Size of the jump is not unusual, esp with that kite and 14BFt+ winds

it's a downwind jump just like this guy at 0:20 launching of tiny swell


another at my home stomping grounds:

could be fake, but not unrealistic


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No one gives a fuck about your puff out your chest bravado.

Last edited by Dutch; June 27, 2012 at 01:49 PM..
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