Action | May 28, 2017 5:00 am

Shred Waves With Pro Surfer Kelly Slater in Stunning Virtual Reality

New technology offers a one-on-one 'surfing lesson' in 360-degree splendor.

Get a Personal Surfing Lesson From Pro Surfer Kelly Slater in Stunning 360-Degree VR
Kelly Slater of USA in action during his fifth round heat at 2016 Hurley Pro at Trestles at San Onofre State Beach on September 12, 2016 in Lower Trestles, California. (Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

Want to know what it feels like to shoot a curl like a world-class surfer? Thanks to new VR technology from Teton Gravity Research, you can get as close to the real thing as possible without getting wet.

Teton has been tracking the evolution of adventure sports since the ’90s. The Jackson Hole, Wyoming–based company has been filming the top athletes in sports like skiing and surfing for decades, and their most recent project—starring pro surfer extraordinaire, Kelly Slater—transports you another world.

By filming Slater with virtual reality technology, TGR brings the experience of surfing to a whole new level for its audience. Get a 360-degree, VR surf lesson from Slater himself above.