In the last few years, big wave surfing has changed a lot. No longer is it a few people on the edges, chucking themselves over massive ledges with no forethought. While it is, for the most part, still a few people on the edges, chucking themselves over massive ledges, there’s a lot more foresight.
With big wave surfing officially entering the WSL’s contest arena and boundaries being pushed further than they’ve ever been pushed it’s become more and more important for everyone in the water to know what to do when disaster strikes. That’s why TAG Heuer, the watch company that supports the WSL, has a series called #Don’tCrackUnderPressure.