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Nate Tyler

Nate Tyler

From: Wild West Templeton, CA Age: 32

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07/30/83

Birth Place: Wild West Templeton, CA

Currently Living: Forests of Templeton, CA

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 155 lbs

Sponsors: Volcom Clothing and Wetsuits, Globe Shoes, Channel Islands, Spy, Monster, Famous Wax, CCS

Volcom Rider Since: 1999

First Board: 5'10" Channel islands with a broken nose so I jigsawed it round and made it a 5'0", while simultaneously attempting my first repair experience with fiberglass and resin. I pearled up to my neck every wave from there out.

Warm Ups: Early morning mountain bike riding with some good tunes.

What Gets You Motivated To Surf? Good style, proper music, dreamy skatepark set ups, beachy break tubes

Side Tracks: Nothing too riveting; small art projects, photos and video, solar energy and hippy living

Music / Bands: The XX, Fever Ray

Videos / Movies: 156 tricks

Best Style: Ozzie with Machado flair

Random Information: I have both the world's largest and smallest breed of dog. I have a pack of animals

Favorite Volcom Jeans: Rowley

Favorite Boardshorts: Mano Mod

One Thing You Can't Leave Home Without: Passport

Special Thanks: My girl Joders, my family, my family at Volcom

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