In 2018, Canadian filmmaker Nate Laverty released “Transition”, a 30-minute film documenting Noah Cohen’s quest to represent Canada in the 2020 Olympics. Beautifully shot, and cold-water centric, it introduced us to one of British Columbia’s most talented up-and-coming surfers. Now, with the Games postponed due to COVID, and Cohen’s quest for Olympic inclusion still ongoing, Laverty is about to release “Transition 2”. This 4 1/2 minute clip is pulled directly from the upcoming film. Featuring Cohen, alongside fellow Canadian ripper Hanna Scott and Santa Cruz shredder Noah Wegrich, this particular section is shot along snow-covered coastlines while the trio score frigid-looking beachbreaks. Can you imagine trying to maintain any semblance of style while surfing in 40-degree water? We can’t. But for these three, frigid water is apparently just a frame of mind.

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SurfinDaddy has been hanging around the periphery of the web since 2001 – but the dawn of 2021 sees us ready to jump into the fray. No longer content to be an outsider (but loving that our readership will be those who love the outdoors) we’re poised to become your online resource for all things related to boardsports.