Red Bull Decades
The most iconic board of the 1960s has to be the Greg Knoll-shaped "Elephant Gun," a 3.3 meter beast originally designed to surf the third reef at Pipeline for the first time. See the world's best surfers try to get some shots with this behemoth.
Gerry Lopez's Pipeline Gun is the most iconic board of the 1970s. Julian Wilson, Ian Walsh, Jamie O'Brien, and Kolohe Andino paddle out in the hopes of getting barreled on this board — if they aren't too scared to damage the priceless deck.
Glenn Pang's Town & Country Saint was the board that symbolized the radical vibes of the 1980s more than any other. Legendary Tahitian surfer Raimana Van Bastolaer and the boys crush it on this twin-fin board built for fun.
Jamie O'Brien, Ian Walsh, Julian Wilson, and Kolohe Andino join Raimana Van Bastolaer at his home in Tahiti and hop on the Kelly Slater board shaped by Al Merrick. The boys were challenged by this board in attempting to whip it just like Slater did.
The Decades crew get a shot to surf the latest creation of Lost Surfboards founder Matt Biolas. Matt's high-tech approach to shaping is designed to push the sport forward while staying true to its roots.
Jamie O'Brien, Julian Wilson, Ian Walsh, and Kolohe Andino explore some unusual boards shaped for the future. Once they get the new boards out in the ocean, the crew is surprised by how well they perform.
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