Twin-fin mastery under a stormy Indonesian sky.
If you’re surfing in Indonesia and a rainsquall approaches it usually means your lineup is about to be rendered unrideable by belting rain and wind. This can either mean the end of your session, or for the patient who persevere and wait for order to be restored it can mean an epic empty session.
Harrison Roach tapped into his patient side while on a recent trip to the tropics, waiting out the bluster at this inviting looking right. He was rewarded with an empty session on his trusty twin.