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Conner Coffin

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Growing up in the coastal town of Santa Barbara, California, Conner Coffin has always had a love for the ocean. His passion for surfing started at a very early age, much of which he credits to his dad, who put him in the ocean when he was only in kindergarten. Since that first dip, there has been no stopping him. With access to some of the most famous surfing spots on the California coast like Rincon and Leadbetter beaches, Coffin has been hard at work making his name known on the world’s surfing scene. Coffin’s smooth, clean and powerful style comes from years of g...

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