Mondays are rough. Especially Mondays after the US Open.
We come into work, but we’re not really here. Our mind is a blur and our bodies are battered and bruised. But videos like this one make it a little more bearable.
Leon Glatzer is relatively unknown kid from Costa Rica. He resides on the southern peninsula of the the country, making Pavones his local break. Having received a few solid souths in the beginning of the season, Leon blitzed the left point, his classic lines punctuated by seriously atmospheric aerials.
Highlights include back-to-back frontside hangers at 2:10.