Kerr is renowned as one of the most dynamic ocean surfers in world and is always amongst the top of the WSL Men's World Rankings. Josh Kerr has found fun and progression by wakesurfing behind Tige boats, and is known for bringing his aggressive ocean style to the endless wave.
“I’m so stoked to be joining the Tige family. Being on a boat is one of my favorite pastimes. With wakesurfing, I can do what I love to do in the ocean and share it with the whole family,” stated Kerr. “The Tige wakesurf wave is insane…it’s literally a never-ending wave!”
Dominic Lagace lives the dream of most wakesurfers: chasing summer year round. Doum’s riding style matches his easy-going personality. With this attitude and the ability to befriend everyone he meets, it's no wonder his surf school is booked out months in advance. Doum proudly lives out the Tige dream and spreads the lifestyle everywhere he goes and to everyone he meets.
Hometown? Trois-rivieres, Quebec, Canada
How long have you been wakesurfing? About 8 years.
What would a "perfect day" be to you? Being happy and riding all day.
What is something no one would ever guess about you? When I was 23 years old, I was a full time teacher in sheet metal (or, how to build an airplane). I quit everything to ride and enjoy my life.
What are 5 things you can't live without? Wave, board, sun, happiness and love.
In just one full year as a competitive wakesurfer, Emily Agate has already captured the hearts and minds of the wakesurfing world.
While Emily has made a number of big career moves in the past year, she says that becoming a TeamTige rider is her biggest accomplishment yet. “It was something I dreamed of last season, and I worked really hard to make it come true,” said Emily. “It was a goal that was somewhat out of my control. I can train, I can surf, and I can perform at a competition and podium. However, signing with Tige was something that I had to be offered. I am so excited to be a part of the team, and I cannot wait to see what the year brings.”
Earning the podium at World’s, Allison is riding competitively within the professional wakesurf circuits. Known for her clean riding and huge bottom turns, Allison has undoubtedly earned her place on TeamTige. “Joining TeamTige has been a goal of mine ever since we got our first Tige in 2007,” said Allison. “I can't wait to see what is to come in the future with a Tige sticker proudly on my board.”
Allison trains on Lake Oroville in California behind a Tige Z3.
Perry Morrison might be the youngest rider on TeamTige, but his talent is sure to carry him to the top. Perry fell in love with wakesurfing, Tige Boats, and the lifestyle that goes with it all through the Tige Endless Wave Tour. With a raw talent and whole-hearted passion, you can expect to hear Perry's name as one of the the fastest progressing riders on the wakesurf scene in the coming years.
What was the deciding factor for you to pursue the direction of a pro career? I love surfing and after my first private lesson with Dominic Lagace at Lake Lewisville, TX in 2013, I got excited about competing at the Endless Wave Tour Stop in Fort Worth, TX. At the Tournament, we met a lot of people that wanted to make sure I had fun.
Where do you usually ride? I usually ride at Lake Grapevine, Grapevine, TX.
If you weren’t wake surfing, what would you be doing? I would be scuba diving, flying airplanes, sailing, or TaeKwonDo which are my other hobbies.
How stoked are you to be so young and already have a boat sponsor? It’s an amazing and special feeling to have a boat sponsor and partner with me on my journey. I am real excited that Eagle Marine and Tige have offered me the opportunity be a part of their team and family.
Is there any rider that you’ve never gotten a chance to ride with that you would really like to? Keenan Flegel, because he won first place in the 2014 World Surf Competition, and I would love to spend a weekend surfing with Dominic Lagace.
What’s your biggest goal as a wake surfer? To be the best I can be and someday win first place in the World Wake Surfing Championship.
Erika Sos, the younger of the Sos duo, will join wakesurfers Perry Morrison and Jennifer Concienne on the Tige Evolution Team. Competing in the Outlaw/Semi-Pro category, Erika is making herself known as one of the up and coming amateur riders. “Becoming a part of TeamTige has opened many doors for me in my career as a surfer,” said Erika, “I am so happy to be an Evolution Team rider and have an amazing boat sponsor at my side.”
Erika trains on Lake Oroville in California behind the Tige Z3.