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Watch: John John Florence’s J-Bay Experience

It seems like you win by just visiting J-Bay.

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The Florence family reunited in South Africa to support John John compete in the J-Bay Pro. Even nomad vlog-grinder Nate Florence couldn’t miss out on the opportunity to indulge in the offerings that South Africa hosts. The Florence bros, their Mum Alex, and John’s wife Lauryn scored perfect J-Bay just before the waiting period kicked off. Jordy Smith and Kelly Slater also feature in the clip throughout the lay days of the event window.

J-Bay really is one of the world’s most special spots for surfers. And John’s latest edit does a great job of showcasing the beauty in this part of the world.

Enjoy!

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