LEGENDARY BIG WAVE SURFER AND WATERMAN
World renowned waterman
Laird Hamilton is an American sportsman, waterman, pioneer, and innovator who has joined Bremont’s impressive line-up of Brand Ambassadors. A celebrated innovator and guiding genius of crossover board sports including tow-in-surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and hydrofoil boarding, Laird is the ultimate Waterman, continuously pushing himself beyond endurance and expanding all possibilities within the sport.
World renowned “waterman” Laird Hamilton is known as the guiding genius of crossover board sports, and is largely considered the primary influence behind many surfing innovations, including tow-in surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, and hydrofoil boarding. Surfer Magazine has labeled Laird as, “the sport’s most complete surfer,displaying almost unnerving expertise in a multitude of disciplines, and flat out surfing’s biggest, boldest, bravest, and the best big wave surfer in the world today, bar none.”
Over the last decade, Laird has transcended from surfing becoming an international fitness icon and nutrition expert. Many of today’s top professional athletes and celebrities look to Laird for training guidance, including instruction in his unique underwater resistance workouts.
"The ocean is a place of equality, the grand master, the teacher.
The ocean for me is life, without it there is no
life on earth.”
the waterman apex
"To have apex performance I need everything to be right, from my relationships to spirituality through to my equipment which of course includes my watch. The Bremont Waterman Apex is a piece of art, the level of craftsmanship that has gone into it is clear and its equally as durable having been built to be put through its paces, it can certainly go deeper than I can!”
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