When you think about J-Bay, you think about carves. You think about style. You think about how only Tom Curren can disintegrate the wave with the rail of his surfboard in the same way that only Marvin Gaye can disintegrate a pair of female undergarments with the sweet hum of his voice. You don’t think about airs. Enter: Ricardo Christie and Jay Davies, and apparently your thoughts about airs. Ricardo’s been in Africa warming up for the J-Bay open and Jay’s there because, hey, gotta put that front traction to use somehow. Now watch them perform highly. And think about J-Bay (and everywhere else in the world besides maybe Shipsterns) as an air wave.