Have your say on surfing’s young guns in Oakley’s Battle Clips comp
Which boardsman/lensman combo rules the hardest?
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From Margs River madmen and Tweeds Head tackers straight out of school to title-holders and guys who’ve surfed the waves of the world – after a recent stint in Hawaii, the mySURF.tv crew have narrowed the Oakley Battle Clips series down to four finalists, putting the final decision in your hands.

Oakley have shaved it down to four finalists for their Battle Clips contest, a man-vs-man comp that’s seen budding surf videographers (under 29) put forward their best surfing videos (also featuring surfers under 29) for the chance to win a cool 20K. Public voting is now open for the final four – check the finalists below – which bro-ship do you think has created the most magic on the waves?

You’ve got ’til the 13th of February to cast your vote at www.oakleybattleclips.com – alternatively, like and share the clips on Instagram and Facebook. The winner will be crowned at a special event and screening of the Oakley Battle Clips film at the Nudie Australian Board Rider’s Battle National final in Newcastle on the 17th of Feb.

Jack Robinson

Barely out of high school, this Margs River madman has been knocking out guys twice his age since he was eight years old:

Brent Dorrington

Gold Coast gun. Interests: surfing, fishing, and taking out the Scottish Cold Water Classic:

Sheldon Simkus

A talent from Tweed Heads whose been slaying comps since primary school:

Soli Bailey

Raised on the waves of Byron Bay, has already surfed the world over with a bunch of brands’ backing him hard:

Stay up to date with the action on Oakley’s FB and Insta #OAKLEYBATTLECLIPS

February 6, 2017