Hailing from Burleigh Heads, Liam O'Brien, affectionately known as LOB, has carved his name into the world of professional surfing with one of the best styles on tour. LOB has already bagged some huge results, with his first CT win seemingly only around the corner. Despite facing one of the most challenging starts in recent professional surfing history, breaking his leg at Pipeline right before his Championship Tour debut in 2022, O'Brien's resilience and skill have seen him not only recover and re-qualify for the Championship Tour, but thrive, capturing the attention and admiration of the surfing world. His journey is a testament to the spirit of a future world champion.


Wade Carmichael, a surfer who exemplifies the hard-working, blue-collar spirit, hails from Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Australia. Known for his understated approach and powerful surfing style, Carmichael rose to prominence with a breakthrough victory at the 2015 Reef Hawaiian Pro. His journey from a working-class background to becoming the 2018 Championship Tour Rookie of the Year showcases his relentless dedication and gritty determination. Wade, with his quiet demeanor and robust, no-frills surfing, has earned a special place in the heart of the surfing community, embodying the true essence of Australian grit and prowess on the global stage.


Everybody loves a larakin and we are no exception. Bred on the point breaks of Snapper, Rainbow and Kirra, and raised on diet of shoeys and barrels, it's no wonder he’s earned the nickname of 'midget magic'. An amazing surfer in the barrel, on the rail or in the air. Other companies that share our love include The Mad Hueys and Liive Vision.


Mikala Jones, a revered figure in the world of surfing, left an indelible mark with his unique approach to the sport and his passion for adventure. Born in Hawaii and spending significant time in Indonesia, Jones became synonymous with seeking out and surfing some of the most secluded and challenging waves on the planet. His ability to capture breathtaking first-person footage from inside monster barrels showcased not only his surfing prowess but also his innovative spirit. Tragically, his life was cut short at the age of 44 following a surfing accident in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia. Mikala's legacy lives on through his contributions to surfing, remembered as a pioneer who pushed the boundaries of what was possible in the pursuit of the perfect wave. FK Surf supports the Jones family through donating from sales of his Signature Tail Pad. RIP Mikala.