Look back at the raddest surf day in Ma’alaea history from inside a ‘freight train’ wave.
Last week, Ma’alaea Bay in Maui clocked some of the biggest “freight train” waves in its history. The term’s unique to Ma’alaea’s rapid-rolling barrels, which move outlandishly fast in the area and draw surfers in droves.
Thanks to modern tech, even those of us who couldn’t get to the beach can (kind of) witness the sickness. It’s sort of “choose your angle” — from the beach, the sky, or, as is the case with this GoPro footage, from the surfboard.
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