The DFK was first designed for Gabriel Medina back in 2009, and has been his go-to contest board ever since. As Gabriel evolved into the world’s best surfer, the DFK has evolved into a board that’s tuned to excel in the best waves in the world – Gabriel won the 2014 Fiji Pro and 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti on the DFK. And he will be using it again in Teahupoo this week..
Sharp-eyed Medina fans watching the J-Bay Open last month will have noticed that Gabriel’s boards all featured a zebra graphic on the deck – what’s the story? Well, Gabriel has always been a big fan of bold graphics, and it’s a new idea of his to match some quivers with a design that matches the location of a tour stop – starting with Zebras for J-Bay.
I guess you’ve seen the Samsung commercial by now. Moody grey skies. Gabriel paddles out as titles talk of the loneliness of the competitive surfer. Alone in the middle of the ocean. Disconnected from his coach and fans. So lonely! Maybe Samsung can help...
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