(Christopher Latronic, Stylized Portrait by Tiner). From ripping V-Lands to staring in Board Stories , Christoper Latronic is creating waves. I met Chris last year on Oahu's North Shore and enjoyed his charismatic personality and watching him tear up the surf. I wish him a happy birthday today and all the best in his future endeavors. (Chris preparing to surf V-Lands, (C) Tiner ).
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