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Laird Hamilton's life is unlike many others in that his pursuit of excellent physical condition and forward-thinking wave-riding is still thriving at the age of 53. Enter what's regarded as the longest wave in the world: Chicama, Peru. Join Laird and friends as they chase perfection in the form of 8-10 foot waves stretching over a mile, where rides up to 6 minutes become normal atop the innovative hydrofoil surfboard design. In Take Every Wave: Laird in VR, Laird takes you on a journey in virtual reality that's as beautiful as it is poetic. The reminder here being that even after all these years, this Hawaiian waterman is still finding novel ways to experience the ocean while breaking boundaries with the newest technology.
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Seigi Media4 mons ago
A breed apart, Laird is. Always taking it to 11. And he's 53! Just as I have so many other times in the past when I've seen Laird doing his thing, I've felt like I should push a little harder. This time, I was immersed in Laird's world, so the feeling was more visceral. I'd love to make a 360-degree film like this, and for most of it I was thinking, "I can do that shot." But those drone sequences as Laird is bombing along the waves in Peru I realized I don't have a drone that fast.
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You inspired me to find some X sports !
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Ewell Purdy1 yr ago
OH boy, are you really at the age of 53 ?? Unbelievable !!!!
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Your video is an art piece. Love it. Keep going man.
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What's your youtube ? wanna follow you man. Keep up.
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Love your vid ! I can feel you put many efforts on it.
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You are the true rider, or to say a knight of nature.
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Cleve Herzog1 yr ago
Btw you and your video are the coolest !!!!!
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Cleve Herzog1 yr ago
What's the music at 00:01:00-00:01:28? Thank you in advance
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