Coldwater Edits | Volume Two

Coldwater Edits | Volume Two

In celebration of Stephanie Gilmore winning her 7th World Title, we thought what better video could we pick for this week’s edition of Coldwater Edits than her ripping apart Jeffrey’s Bay in Morgan Maassen’s new film South Africa. The queen of style and grace dances with the epic lines of the world’s best right hand point break and shows why she is one of the best surfers of all time.

Stephanie’s long time sponsors have been Quiksilver and Roxy, so we are going to be offering both brand’s wetsuits and accessories at 20% off for the next week! Check out this beautiful video then go grab yourself a new wetsuit or pair of booties!

Congratulations Stephanie!

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