All around nice-guy and aerial expert, Josh Kerr hails from Tweed Heads, New South Whales. Kerzy is infamous not only for his Kerrupt Flip (a full-rotation double-grab alley-oop), but for beating Kelly Slater in the semifinals of the 2012 Pipeline Masters, halting Slater’s chance for a 12th world title. Josh has volleyed on and off the tour. Some say it took the ASP time to catch up to his tech game of aerials, others say he has mellowed and is now focused enough to get through a World Tour heat. Working for years with Rusty Surfboards, he's also helped pioneer single-fin resurgence by showcasing a variety of airs on non-standard equipment. Now living with his family in Calsbad, California, Kerr is involved with a successful new side project, Saint Archer Brewery.
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