Life's a dream if you're 21-year-old Noah Schweizer. Hailing from Florida but with skills honed around the globe Noah's been gracing mags and websites for years, his razor sharp air game and deft tube prowess seeing him comfortable wherever he turns up.
New Smyrna Beach is a hotbed of talent – you might have heard of the Geiselman brothers and legendary Mometum punt king Aaron "Gorkin" Cormican – but Noah's biggest inspiration is even closer to home. "In my eyes my brother Nils always been the best tube rider and big wave surfer," says Noah. "I love watching Dane Reynolds and John John Florence surf, obviously, but there's no bigger motivation to get better than having your brother lead the way."
A fleet-footed regular, Noah now calls California home, and if you believe the man who was once voted Biggest Lady Killer in Surfing Magazine's Peer Poll, these days he won't let anything distract him from his passion for the water, and seeing as much of it as possible around the planet. From New Smyrna Beach to New York, Mexico to Tokyo, Portugal to the Caribbean and beyond, Noah's passport has seen some ink in the past 12 months, and he doesn't want to stop anytime soon.
Does he have a plan? "Right now all I want to do is throw everything I have into my surfing, and putting out videos that show people what I've got. Good surfing to me is someone with good form and style, who surfs fast and never holds back on any section that comes their way. Style plus aggression is where it's at, and I hope that's what people see in my surfing."
"My eventual goal is to make the World Tour, but for now I want to build up experience and get to a point where I'm ready for it. If I can travel a bunch along the way, and go to places where surfers normally don't, well that would be cool too."
Happy to be on the Rusty program? "I couldn't be happier! Rusty is one of the most core brands in surfing, and their team has always been a huge part of that. I'm psyched to be flying the flag!"
Need more? @noahschweizer is where he hangs.