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Dusty Payne

Dusty Payne

From: Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii

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Birth Date - 12/27/1988

Birth Place - Wahiawa , Oahu

Currently Living - Lahaina, Maui

Years Surfing - 8 years

Sponsors - Volcom, Nixon, JS Surfboards, Creatures of Leisure, Kinetik Racing, Vertra

Favorite Spot - Ho'okipa

Favorite country - Lahaina

Surf With - Da braddas and friends

Side Tracks - fishing and eating

Where to next - I hope somewhere like Indo.

Goals - Have a good style, and WCT

What gets you hyped - good waves

Color of choice - Black

Favorite music right now - Iron Maiden

A good movie - Get rich or die tryin

Best Style - Chris Ward, Taj Burrow, Bobby Martinez

Inspirations - Everyone who's doing something different

RELATED NEWS + VIDEO

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"Relentless" Surf Movie Starring Dusty Payne Follows the Highs + Lows of His Professional Surfing Career
On January 8, 2018, Dusty Payne suffered a near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor on the North Shore of Oahu. After hitting the reef, Dusty was knocked unconscious and didn’t surface for five waves. After being hospitalized with a broken jaw and multiple skull fractures, Dusty underwent surgery and spent months recovering. This captivating film documents Dusty’s surfing accident and his road to recovery and spotlights his career of highs and lows and his relentless love for the sport of surfing.   "I just hope that I’m able to inspire other people to not give up on their goals because of a setback, no matter how dark times may seem."   ABOUT RELENTLESS: Dusty Payne is one of the most dynamic surfers of his generation, but his path in the world of professional surfing has been far from easy. His career has been a roller coaster of competitive successes and failures, era-defining video parts, heartbreaking injuries and inspiring comebacks. Set against the backdrop of his near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor in January 2018, including high-action surfing footage from places like Portugal, Oahu, and Maui (including Honolua Bay), Relentless tells the story of a surfer who has been through it all and keeps coming back stronger than ever.
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Behind The Scenes On The Exit The Earthly Film Shoot With The Volcom Team
Exit The Earthly, the ridiculous and psychedelic surf-action-comedy-adventure short film, stars Ozzie Wright, Nate Tyler, Coco Ho, Mitch Coleborn, Maud Le Car, Dusty Payne, Yago Dora, Quincy Davis and Noa Deane as themselves, with supporting rolls played by Will Oldham and Austin Amelio.
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Honolua Bay - Starring DUSTY PAYNE!
Of all the places in the Pacific Ocean that went crazy this winter, none were more perfectly crazy and beautiful than Honolua Bay. Our main man from Maui Dusty Payne harvested more than most, as evidenced in this fine new edit.
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Proving Maui - Welcome To Water (Episode 2)
Episode 2 of our Welcome To Water series follows Dusty Payne on Maui as he tears apart epic Honolua Bay with some of the Volcom Hawaii crew featuring Tai Vandyke, Gavin Beschen, Imai DeVault, Kai Mana Henry and Tom Dosland. Next, we head down the road where Dusty and Mitch Coleborn dismantle a tricky high-performance left, and then it's back to Honolua for Mitch's backhand attack and high-speed tube time with Dusty and Kelly Slater.   Watch Episode 1: Shop the Volcom Boardshorts that our team riders are wearing in Episode 2! Dusty Payne, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Gavin Beschen, Honolua Bay 2016 Kai Mana Henry and Gavin Beschen, Maui 2016 Tai Vandyke, Honolua Bay 2016 Kelly Slater, Honolua Bay 2016 Tom Dosland, Honolua Bay 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Mitch Coleborn, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Dusty Payne (left) wearing the Macaw Mods. Mitch Coleborn in the Stripey Slingers, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Dusty Payne, at his home break, Honolua Bay 2016
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Big Waves And Heavy Barrels In Hawaii - Welcome To Water (Episode 1)
WELCOME TO WATER: Heavy barrels and balls-to-the-wall ripping out front of the Volcom Pipe House on the North Shore of Oahu with Kaimana Henry, Carlos Muñoz, Dusty Payne, Gavin Beschen, Tom Dosland, Imai DeVault, Yago Dora, Balaram Stack and Miguel Tudela. Be on the lookout for Episode 2 dropping in our Welcome To Water series in the coming months... Shop the all-new Volcom Boardshorts that our team riders are wearing in Episode 1! Balaram Stack wears the Stripey Slinger Dusty Payne wears the Macaw Mod Yago Dora wears the Stripey Slinger Carlos Muñoz, Yago Dora, Balaram Stack Gavin Beschen wears the Liberation Mod Miguel Tudela wears the Macaw Mod 2016 Volcom Surf Team
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FINALS DAY Volcom Pipe Pro - RECAP!
Banzai Pipeline, North Shore, Oahu, HAWAII – (Tuesday, February 2, 2016) Kelly Slater (USA) solidified his first win in two years at the Volcom Pipe Pro today after a full day of standing ovation performances that many are calling the absolute best of the winter season. Slater surfed against three of the top Pipe mavericks in the world – Jamie O’Brien (HAW), Bruce Irons (HAW) and Makai McNamara (HAW) in a nerve-shattering Final that saw barrels fire off like cannons and detonate on the notoriously shallow reef. Kelly Slater, 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro Champion! photo: Jack Morrissey The 30-minute Final got started with two low scoring albeit immense waves from O’Brien and Irons, respectively, then saw McNamara answer back with the second highest wave of the heat, an 8.67. The 20-year old took an early lead on his opening wave, with Slater taking a quick second on his first ride, a 7.83. Halfway through the Final, the 11-time World Champ secured the win with a backup score of an 8.73, while the other competitors fought hard for the runner-up position. Makai McNamara. photo: Brian Bielmann O’Brien scored a 4.27 for a long left, finally finding a barrel in the second section of the wave, and backed up the mediocre score with a 5.67 for an inside Backdoor barrel. The combined heat total of 9.94 secured a second place finish for the Pipeline Master. The first perfect ten of the day - and the third of the event - O’Brien routed an ultra deep backside barrel to claim the Electric 10-point ride award for $1,000. Calm and cool, O’Brien was in complete control while navigating a high line, eventually bursting out of the tube after the spit. Marco Giorgi (URY) nabbed one of the highest scores of the morning, a near perfect score of a 9.67 for a tricky Backdoor barrel that threatened to clamp down. Giorgi is the sole surfer hailing from Uruguay in this competition. Marco Giorgi. photo: Jack Morrissey Tom Whittaker (AUS) was the highest placing Australian of the event, surfing in the fourth Quarterfinal against Jamie O'Brien (HAW), Mason Ho (HAW) and fellow countryman Soli Bailey (AUS). Baily, 20, had the opportunity to surf one of his first Pipe events in excellent conditions and was humble about the experience. “This is one of the first events I’ve surfed out here, so that’s a special thing," said Soli. "I think anyone that gets a chance to surf an event out here is super lucky and so fortunate. I’m just so glad that I got through to where I did and got to get so many barrels. It’s such an honor to get to surf this wave at its pretty much ultimate best and get through those heats and compete against some of the world’s best out here." Wiggolly Dantas (BRA) narrowly missed a shot at the Quarterfinals after being taken out by Makai McNamara (HAW) who advanced behind Mason Ho (HAW). The Brazilian is a standout in North Shore waves and has spent the winter honing his talents here at Pipeline. Check out Final's Day Heats On Demand & Photo Gallery! Volcom founder Richard Woolcott presenting Kelly Slater with the 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro trophy! photo: Brian Bielmann 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro. photo: Brian Bielmann See you next year!