Watch: Asher Pacey Has Sand-Bottom Points Absolutely Wired on a Twin Fin

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Asher Pacey is the definition of smooth surfing. Riding six different Album surfboards, Pacey draws lines on Snapper-like and Snapper waves that really make us want to go surfing – which is the measure of any half-decent surf clip. Perhaps the most interesting part of this edit, however, is that it’s made up of cutting room floor clips from Pacey’s from the forthcoming Snapt4 surf vid. Which after Jack Robinson’s B-Roll was also released back in April, is shaping up to be quite the flick.

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