Conner Coffin Interview on Surfing Magazine
Conner Coffin is all grown up. And charging. And blogging.
By Alex Ryden
Photos by Pete Taras
Conner Coffin is not a grommet. Sure he’s only 16, sun-bleached, and surfs so much that the majority of Santa Barbara’s dolphin population recognize him. But he doesn’t foam at the mouth when talking about the waves. It’s not his style. He smiles. He thinks. He blogs. He’s a grounded young earthling. He knows what it takes to make it big and he’s doing it. Committed would be an understatement. There’s nothing easy about the transition from duckling to pro. But Conner has come of age. And he’s charging.
SURFING Magazine: How was Hawaii 2010?
Conner Coffin: Hawaii was super fun. I was over there a few times earlier in the season but only for a few days at a time to do some random stuff. I didn’t really spend much time over there until February. A couple days were real sick, but then we ended up getting some funk wind and junk swell for a few days straight, which kind of put a damper on the fun.
Read the full interview on Surfingmagazine.com