Tag Archives: alex chacon

DG Surfboards NitroRocket Model

This is DG’s favourite high performance board. It has a fair bit of nose rocker and a pretty flat tail. There’s a slight double concave inside the single combining it with soft full forgiving rails, making it easy to do tight arcs and release the tail. The board feels alive due to only 3/4 of it sitting in the water.

The pro junior surfer Caio Ibelli and Alex Chacon have approved the 5’9″ NITRO ROCKET and they reckon, “Its got all the qualities of the perfect all around board!”.

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King Dave – DG Surfboards – Alex Chacon

 

King Dave is your go to board when it’s 1-4 foot soft & mushy.
It’s your fun board….

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Lost In Translation

 

 

On a quiet remote island in the Indonesian waters of the south pacific there is a group of young ravenous man hunting for a wild beast this is just some fun they had along the way.

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Getting a little lost trying to take a short cut on the way home we stumbled a pone this little beauty. In no rush to be any where decided to chill out eat some food talk some tails and watch the sun set behind the hills. 

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Just Getting settled in and the days are coming to an end, Fresh food ,Good mates, Empty line up’s “Ha”.

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Day of slaying waves it was time for a bintang and some live tunes.

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Into the Wild.

Solo sessions

It’s nice to score some fun waves down here in the middle of the day while the rest of the camp is sleeping thinking it’s still on shore.

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Innersection

This people is very exiting, those of you how don’t know Alex Chacon here is a little bit about him.
He is Funny, little, quite, spiritual, humble and one of the most giving people i have every met.
He is a pro surfer originating in Brazil he moved over to Australia at the tender age of 14 by him self to Pursue a dream of becoming a pro Surfer, and where better than the Gold Coast.
He rode for O’neil for a number of years while competing on the pro juniors before making the leap across the the WQS with out the financial backing of any brands.
Working 80hrs a week as a chef in surfers paradise to save up enough money to give it a real go and be focused on just surfing, he followed his dream.

That was 2yrs ago now that money’s dried up.
Living comp to comp, prize cheque to prize cheque he trots around the world on a shoe string budget of a lower class indian scratching at the door to the top 32.

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