Drag-Hard: An Absurdist Surf Skate Film Featuring Harry Bryant, Delirium & A Bedful Of Sand

by Ethan Davis November 18, 2021 1 min read

Two worlds collide.

Passport is an online shop founded by Sydney skater, Trent Evans. Passport stock a range of products from clothing to hardware with a graphic-heavy aesthetic that has a quintessentially cool grungy look and feel about them. 

Drag Board Co is a soft board company founded in Wollongong’s Industrial estate with involvement from Chippa Wilson, Craig Anderson, Creed Mctaggart, Harry Bryant, and Wade Goodall. Over the years, Drag has made a name for themselves producing fringe, offbeat, surf clips reflecting an honest culture of Australian larrikinism and authenticity. 

Now, the two brands have come together to make a baby. 

Drag Hard is an eight-minute clip featuring Haz Bryant acid-dropping Town Hall train station, delirium, wetness, wallies, and hard-dragging at heavy South Coast slabs. 

In case the absurdity buries the lead slightly, we’ll clarify what they’re promoting: a DRAG skateboard and a PASS~PORT softie, and a bunch more merch and accessories. 

According to Trent, “After a few waves, 2 bowls of hot chips, & 8 mid-strength beers at Wombara Bowls Club, Josh, myself (Passport), and Dave Fox and Thomas ‘Lobster Cooked’ Robinson (Drag) came to a decision. “Yes, yes we should make a DRAG skateboard & a PASS~PORT softie.”

A-grade viewing.

Check out their merch collab here.

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