More book than magazine!
A vivid, authoritative & independent surf mag that delivers purist energy!
On the front: Kael Walsh finds just what he’s looking for—and finds it all by himself—at quite possibly the most crowded lineup on Earth: the Superbank.
What can you expect from issue 30.4?
- TOP DEAD CENTER - Look all the way to the edge of the reef at Teahupo‘o and you’ll find Matahi Drollet sitting quietly by himself.
- PROPELLED ON A ZEPHYR OF COMPRESSED WIND - CR Stecyk, the Smithsonian, and the first airbrushed surfboard.
- THE JEWEL OF THE SOUTH - Campeche is everything you never knew about Brazil.
- FULL NURTURE - An interview with Noa Deane.
- VIEWS FROM KAIMUKI - Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon. Respected and championed by surfing’s more referenced players, her trajectory laid out a pan-Pacific surf path from Town and back again.
- RUNNING LIKE GOD - Inventor and Black Butch descendant Tyler Reid is on a heater.
- THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWER WILL WILT, THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWER WILL DIE - Recalling A-frames and growing pains on a Baja rock patch in the go-go 1980s.
- PORTFOLIO: NICK LAVECCHIA - With a singular aesthetic, Nick LaVecchia makes the rugged look nearly enticing.
- ESSAY: MEET THE MAKER - A Filipino breakfast in the teeth of Typhoon Lando.
- UNDERCURRENTS - A North Shore outer reef in all of its 12-feet-at-20-second, buoy-bouncing glory—as sniped by environmental scientist Aaron Ungerleider atop his post at the Kawailoa Wind Farm—serves as a fitting drop into the issue’s departments.
- FIELD REPORT Mine Hunters: Surfers are standing in the way of the destruction of South Africa’s west coast.
- COMMUNITY SERVICE - Spearos of Death Metal: Tom Flambeaux is cleaning up poisonous lead under the ocean’s surface one breath at a time.
- JAM ECONO - Beachside, street life, and other intimate moments through the lens of San Pedro’s Nick Green.
- MISCELLANY - How to avoid getting mugged in the lobby of an AC casino, the necessities of surfboard basting, and an only three-chords-needed playlist pulled from 1980s San Pedro.
- SURFING AROUND - No Cobblestone Left Unturned: Reviewing the exhaustive history of San Onofre.
126 Seiten | Englisch