Surf DVD's From Taylor Steele and Kai Neville Make Perfect XMAS Gifts!

Two Iconic Directors Deliver Top Notch Surf Films for the Holidays

Dane Reynolds performance in Kai Neville's "Dear Suburbia" is the stuff of legends.

Ask any surfer what the best stocking stuffer is and most likely they will say ” A Surf Movie!” Of course wax always fits in stockings too, but that’s a boring gift. Surf DVD’s will keep any surfer entertained for years and our latest shipment of DVD’s are some of the best films in surf history.

John John Florence scored the typhoon swell of the decade in Japan during the filming of "Dear Suburbia."

Kai Neville’s Dear Suburbia is a shoe-in for the Surf Film of the Year at the Surfer Poll awards. There are so many mind-blowing performances that you will have to watch it several times to appreciate the skill of the world’s best. Dane Reynolds, Craig Anderson, and John John Florence steal the show with gravity defying aerials and deep tube rides. Filmed on location in Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Europe, Tasmania, Indonesia, and the Caribbean.

Innovative camera angles, hi-tech ripping, and indie tunes have made Kai Neville's films the most anticipated surf flicks each year, and "Dear Suburbia" does not disappoint.

Taylor Steele’s Here and Now is a revolutionary surf film. By following 24 film makers and pro surfers around the world in a 24 hour period on May 2, 2012, Here and Now essentially captured a true “day in the life” of surfing around the globe. Some surfers scored, some couldn’t catch a ripple. From legends like Kelly Slater to groms like Jack Robinson, Here and Now is a must have in any surfer’s DVD collection.

Here and Now Trailer:

Check out other surf films at sundancebeach.com like Taylor Steele’s groundbreaking Innersection, and Kai Neville’s debut film Modern Collective!

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