We have to say; there is something pretty cool about this section. You almost feel like there is something a bit cheeky about shooting in northern Europe for what is set to be one of the most famous windsurf movies to date. Yet to travel there instead of heading to some far off remote location in the southern hemisphere, is a journey many can relate to. Whether you are from Europe or not, the idea of packing up the van and heading on to the open road in search of adventures is almost a christening for anyone that wants to call themselves a surfer. To do it now-a-days is a little different to the ideals that we might relate such an expedition to, the comforts of cruise control, heating, air-conditioning, satellite navigation, forecasts and anyone you want to speak to at your finger tips, is more than enough for us to want to trace Klass’s footsteps.
When you see what awaits any sole-surfer who ventures into the heart of the north, you might just be a little hesitant when you click on your favourite travel site… Klass is on fire in the cold dark seas, he pushes himself into extreme vertical turns and yet you can’t help but laugh when he comments about his ‘misfortunes’ that his section takes him there. It soon becomes evident that perhaps even he wished he had kept his mouth shut.