Fuller Rides Futures
Hometown: Venice, California
Weight: 180 lbs
If there were a critic’s choice award in pro-surfing, Danny Fuller would be a perennial recipient of the honor considering his work in the tube, in the scene and behind the lens.
Hailing from Kauai, Fuller takes up residence in New York, Malibu and the North Shore concurrently, keeping up with a career that’s taken on a life of it’s own.
Emerging from the crowd as a member of Kauai’s Wolf Pak required understanding, patience and performance from Fuller. With his contemporaries winning seemingly everything under the sun, Danny took a different approach to his surfing career realizing success came in droves outside of traditional competition. Pipeline, Teahupoo, Puerto Escondido and Indo all gave Fuller a perfect canvas to charge. The reputation he earned as a committed tube rider, big wave aficionado in his twenties would grant him the right to chase good waves around the world in his thirties.
Between swells, he dedicated time and creative energy to the arts, forging a photography career using large format film cameras, at night. His brand of less obvious ocean imagery is unique in every way, and perfectly represents Danny’s ability to be patient, understand the process and perform when the opportunity comes around.
Michel was one of the first surfers on our team to figure out his optimal Ride Number. Depending on the conditions, He surfs the Eric Arakawa template in a multitude of constructions. He rides them in fiberglass when the waves require extra hold and drive, in Blackstix when he needs to generate more speed and Techflex for everything in between. His decisiveness in fin selection is the foundation of our range. The conditions decide the ride.
Height: 6' 1" Weight: 180 lbs Stance: Goofy