CAPE Hatteras is a barrier island off the coast of North Carolina, known for its heavy beachbreak barrels and ever-changing landscape moulded by the restless Atlantic Ocean.
Brett Barley calls Cape Hatteras home, he always has, and spends his time here getting shacked and searching out ramps amongst the sandbars, spurs and lees of his home range.
Flicking between onshore junk and heaving Carolina tubes, this edit by Jacob Vanderwork showcases a typical autumn along the shifting sands of Hatteras.
Paddling the Slave at Mullaghmore, breaking egos and avoiding the vortex.
The Billabong women's team test their skills in some super-sucking Sumbawan tunnels.
October 28 was a historic day at the most formidable beachbreak in Europe. This edit takes a closer look at what transpired.
James Hollmer-Cross finds himself in one of the most terrifying situations imaginable.
Surfing needs Chris Ward, he eats hipsters for breakfast before passing out in their clothes.