First you fought your way into the line up for ages with stomach ache and weak knees. Always on. As a reward, you got this one wave. A wave with a height of over 20 meters and a speed of up to 48 km/h.
The waves here are bigger, more powerful and faster than in many other places in the world. You decide to take it! You're at one of the world's most famous surf spots - Jaws or, in Hawaiian, Pe’ahi.
This dangerous area on Maui is in the north of the island at the foot of the Sugar Cane Hills between miles 13 and 14 of the Hana Highway. The name alone - Jaws - indicates the size and force of the surf.
Jaws shows your limits, you should watch every current, every set carefully before you plunge into the water.
Get Maui's most dangerous surfing area on your wrist. The dial as a dark blue wave with the green accents of the sugar cane, the shiny silver 40 mm case made of 100% stainless steel and the matching premium nato strap with a thickness of 1.5 mm show you the deadly beauty of this place.