Dusty Payne

Dusty Payne

From: Lahaina, Maui Age: 25

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12/27/88

Birth Date - 12/27/1988

Birth Place - Wahiawa , Oahu

Currently Living - Lahaina, Maui

Years Surfing - 8 years

Sponsors - Volcom, Nixon, JS Surfboards, Creatures of Leisure, Kinetik Racing, Vertra

Favorite Spot - Ho'okipa

Favorite country - Lahaina

Surf With - Da braddas and friends

Side Tracks - fishing and eating

Where to next - I hope somewhere like Indo.

Goals - Have a good style, and WCT

What gets you hyped - good waves

Color of choice - Black

Favorite music right now - Iron Maiden

A good movie - Get rich or die tryin

Best Style - Chris Ward, Taj Burrow, Bobby Martinez

Inspirations - Everyone who's doing something different

RELATED NEWS + VIDEO

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Dusty Payne Wins Reef Hawaiian Pro!
Volcom's Dusty Payne made history last weekend taking the biggest win of his surfing career at The Reef Hawaiian Pro at Haleiwa.  After Julian Wilson scored two 9 point plus rides early in the final, combo-ing the field, Dusty came back huge with two massive scores on consecutive waves.  A 9.77 and a 9.87 scoring the highest heat total of the event. With the win, Dusty is leading the the race for Triple Crown and will be hoping to continue his stellar surfing at Sunset next week. Congratulations Dusty!!  The Buddy's! Photo Credit: Andrew Christie/Brian Bielmann/ASP
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Dusty Payne… Sanctuary
Dusty Payne explodes in the groovy tropical rhythms of a remote Indonesian outpost while sharing a few thoughts on his appreciation for surfing and what it means to him. Cut Ryan Thomas Cameras Matt Shuster Nate Leal Interview Audio Matt Shuster Producers Ryan Thomas Matt Shuster Music “Ancient Robots” Performed by Conspiracy of Owls https://www.facebook.com/conspiracyofowls Instagram: #conspiracyofowls Courtesy of Burger Records http://www.burgerrecords.org Instagram: @burgerrecords4life
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Dusty Payne In Panama
This right here is a hoot, a real bonanza. Dusty Payne, Yadin Nicol and everyone’s favorite Panamanian sand strip, Bocas del Toro. Two of the world’s best regularfooters at one of the world’s most lustful waves. It may be simple math, but the result is profound. Yadin and Dusty are are not afraid to toss one up to the big man and land in the flats — fuck ligaments! — and both are scholars under the lip. Highlights include Dusty’s turn at 1:42 and Yadin’s effervescence throughout
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Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary Available Now
Directed by Jamie Heinrich, Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary the story behind the Volcom filmmaking legacy, Veeco Productions. Veeco… is also available now on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox and Google Play as well as on Blu-ray included in the True To This “Deluxe Blu-ray Box Set” available here. Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary takes a journey through the Volcom film library and 21 years of living a life completely out of the ordinary. Go behind the scenes with the filmmakers and riders as they share their tales of blood, sweat and debacle in such iconic films as Alive We Ride, The Garden, Stoney Baloney, Subjekt Haakonsen, Magna Plasm, Chichagof and more. Featuring interviews with Richard Woolcott, Troy Eckert, Remy Stratton, Terje Haakonsen, Jamie Lynn, Gavin Beschen, Bryan Iguchi, Dustin Dollin, Ozzie Wright, Caswell Berry, Rune Glifberg, Ryan Thomas, Dusty Payne, Curtis Ciszek, Dylan Alito, Scott Blum, Seth Huot, Kai Garcia, Ryan Sheckler, Grant Taylor, Dan Brisse, Colin Provost and Tai Van Dyke.
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#GoSurfAlready
#GoSurfAlready http://www.volcom.com/boardshorts Surfers in order of appearance: Andrew Doheny Carlos Muñoz Parker Coffin Zeke Lau Dusty Payne Alex Gray Balaram Stack Directed & Edited by Ryan Thomas Principal Camera by Matt Shuster Music: "Ripped at the Seam" performed by Hot Lunch Courtesy of Tee Pee Records
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Dusty Payne Interview - Surfing Magazine
The Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast just happened and Dusty Payne wasn’t there and that’s weird. Dusty is one of the most talented surfers in the world. A place for him on tour was only destiny. But after a few years of ill-timed injuries and lackluster results on the WCT, Dusty bit the dust. He’s now off the tour — but certainly not off the map. As he talks about in the interview below, this year he’ll be chasing fun instead of chasing 4.5s. But come on now Dusty, 4.5s? We’ve seen that tail toss of yours — and it’s at least worthy of a standalone 7.33. —Brendan Buckely SURFING MAGAZINE: Are you planning on competing at all this year?  I’ll compete in a few events, but I won’t be taking the WQS too seriously. I’m just going to whatever waves I like, the ones that have went well in the past. So you’re not trying to get back on tour?  That’s not my focus right now. I didn’t... ((Full Interview on Surfing Magazine's Website!))