Mick Fanning and Mason Ho find cold waves and clarity in the frozen north. After a rollercoaster 2015, Mick figured he had met his drama limit for the decade and opted out of full-time WSL competition in 2016. His goal, to search with friends. With Mason in tow, here’s Mick’s foray into the icy wilderness… Read the full story here.
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