What’s your home break?
My friends and I call it “muellecito”. When we started surfing it, there was almost no one else there, since the waves are a bit too small to ride your shortboard. But if you trade your shortboard for a longboard, it’s just perfect, and it became our favorite playground.
What’s your favorite wave?
It’s difficult to choose since there are so many good ones. But one of them is definitely Puerto Viejo in Peru, a very long left. The locals are super friendly and there is a very high chance for you to share your waves with dolphins, they are mostly there in the afternoons. Also, after a long day of surfing, you can find some really incredible food on this beach, fresh and tasty.
What’s your favorite board?
My Indio Jeronimo, it is a Pukas surfboard. I absolutely love this amazing board. It’s a 9’4 noserider in red… hermosa! For some reason, all my surfboards are red, I don’t know why!
What’s your favorite Oy piece?
Uhh, this is such a hard question to answer! I really love all the pieces, but some of my favorites are the Tope and Esox pieces. It’s so great to go surfing and being able to wear something that doesn’t slip or even fall off! Other pieces I really like are Blay, and a couple of older one-pieces.
Who is the most inspiring surfer you look up to and why?
I think there are a lot of very good surfers from all over the world and I love following them on Instagram. I really like Ambre Victoire, Lola Mignot, Marina Carbonell, Kelis Kaleopaa and so many more. However, my best friends are my greatest inspiration. I learned a lot from them, and we share many years of surfing together, and to this day, they still motivate me to keep going every day!