Date of birth: March 22, 1994

Current Residence: San Clemente, CA

Height: 5 ft 11 in 

Weight: 160 lbs

Profession: American Surfer

Quiver: 5.11" x 18.88 x 2.25

About: Kolohe began surfing at age 10 and holds the record for most National Scholastic Surfing Association championships won by a male competitor. He finished in the top 5 of the 2019 season and earned a spot at the US Olympic team.

“I was just really excited that surfing was getting legitimized. 

We’re some of the most unique and raddest athletes in the world and I always thought it was a legit sport,

especially when you’re dealing with your bigger surf and aerials.

It legitimizes it, so it’s rad.”


Margo Hayes

Kolohe Andino shows you type of talent it takes to finish in the top 5 for the 2019 season and earning a spot on the US Olympic Team. Watch Kolohe rip some of the most aggressive, acrobatic maneuvers in this batch of video clips.

La Rambla 5.15a


 The kind of raw talent that Kolohe Andino has is exactly what you'll see in this short film. It's Kolohe away from the spectacle of the CT, with his hair down, driving thru freight train tubes and hacking airs up and down the California coast.

 Kolohe Andino whips his board with his raw freesurfing in Mexico.

Kolohe Andino was raised as a surfing royalty in San Clemente. The son of a pro surfer, he was wandering the world at 10, heavily sponsored at 15, and a CT star at 20. It's not easy maturing under the microscope the entire way, and he's far from done. But while he's much more grown man than grommet these days, this Southern California product is proud of his misfit streak, and staying a kid at heart.

 Kolohe Andino on some fine southern California free surfing.



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