Watch: Mason Ho and Hurricane Douglas
Mason goes wave hopping on Oahu's south shore during a hurricane swell.
Don't go complaining about wave quality, that's besides the point. What we have here is the optimal setting for Mason - that being onshore wind and random wedges. Wedges that sometimes run at 90° to each other that get me wondering what the ideal angle of interference for a wedge should be. A wedge with an acute angle, like say Whale Beach in a north swell, that makes for a long-running wave, or something more like this where the collision almost seems head on.
For mine, the more subtle interference would be preferred but then you see waves like that at 2:20 where Mason zigs and zags like a foilboarder on the one 'wave'.