The 3 Best Wave Pools (& 1 Bad One)

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As the oceans get more and more toxic over the next trillion years, many surfers will have no choice but to turn to chlorinated bodies of water to fulfill their saltwater dreams. From Big Surf in Arizona to Wild Rivers in Irvine to the Flowrider in San Diego, seems America just can't get it right. And while the world's best surfer is from the USA, clearly the world's best wavepools are not.

Ghetto Juice magazine takes a look at the three best wave pools in the world in 2013 …

World's Best Wave Pool: Ocean Dome, Japan.
Overheard barrels. Lefts, rights and water so clear you think it could cure cancer. Check it out below and you'll clearly see why this is the best Wave Pool in the world.

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World's Second Best Wave Pool: Wadi Adventure. Dubai.
Fast little peelers in a perfect desert setting. Some say it's like surfing the East Cape in Cabo, while others liken it to a playful day on the North Shore. Check it out below and you'll clearly see why this is the second best wave pool in the world.

World's Third Best Wave Pool: Wave Garden, Spain.
Now this looks more authentic than the others simply because the water isn't so crystal clear blue. A mix between river surfing and a pond in the middle of Kentucky, the Wave Garden offers up perfect little nugs with just enough power to throw some tail and bust a little air. Check out the clip below and see for yourself why Wave Garden is the third best Wave Pool in the world.

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World's Worst Wave Pool: Tokyo, Japan.
Check out the clip below … any arguments?—- Skip Snead


Photo: Webber's Wave Pool is still just a dream. WebbersWavePool.com


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As the oceans get more and more toxic over the next trillion years, many surfers will have no choice but to turn to chlorinated bodies of water to fulfill their saltwater dreams. From Big Surf in Arizona to Wild Rivers in Irvine to the Flowrider in San Diego, seems America just can't get it right. And while the world's best surfer is from the USA, clearly the world's best wavepools are not.

Ghetto Juice magazine takes a look at the three best wave pools in the world in 2013 …

World's Best Wave Pool: Ocean Dome, Japan.
Overheard barrels. Lefts, rights and water so clear you think it could cure cancer. Check it out below and you'll clearly see why this is the best Wave Pool in the world.

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World's Second Best Wave Pool: Wadi Adventure. Dubai.
Fast little peelers in a perfect desert setting. Some say it's like surfing the East Cape in Cabo, while others liken it to a playful day on the North Shore. Check it out below and you'll clearly see why this is the second best wave pool in the world.

World's Third Best Wave Pool: Wave Garden, Spain.
Now this looks more authentic than the others simply because the water isn't so crystal clear blue. A mix between river surfing and a pond in the middle of Kentucky, the Wave Garden offers up perfect little nugs with just enough power to throw some tail and bust a little air. Check out the clip below and see for yourself why Wave Garden is the third best Wave Pool in the world.

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World's Worst Wave Pool: Tokyo, Japan.
Check out the clip below … any arguments?—- Skip Snead


Photo: Webber's Wave Pool is still just a dream. WebbersWavePool.com

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