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  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1. - REBEL FIN CO.
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The Surfer's Journal

THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.1

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More book than magazine. A reader-supported surf publication founded in 1992, The Surfer’s Journal is a vivid, authoritative, and independent document that delivers purist surf energy in each bimonthly edition.

What is happening in edition 32.1?

On the cover:
Shaun Manners, achieving low orbit somewhere in the Australian desert. “I love getting down to the dez,” says photographer Josh Tabone. “It’s cold. It’s raw. It’s a little bit eerie, and it kind of sorts the men from the boys.”

Other glide paths inside include one woman’s inexplicable draw to the world’s deadliest wave, trafficking contraband via foam and fiberglass, the collision of aerospace and surf culture in a champion-breeding town, a freewheeling French Caribbean export, high-horsepower fabrications, and a low-brow artist’s big-wave motif.

ESSAY
: SANDÍAS Y CORRIDAS DE TOROS. From the bullfights to the Tijuana jail.

INTERVIEW: MRS. PIPELINE. Moana Jones Wong on being crippling shy while excelling at the world’s most examined wave, lineup politics, her DIY approach, and growing up on the North Shore.

BOARDS OF INFAMY: The golden era of surfboard smuggling was brief, coinciding with what many consider to be the definitive American decade.

A FISH OF TURQUOISE WATER: How William Aliotti’s unconventional lines took him from a small island in the Caribbean to a digitized, global existence.

THE SPACE COAST: From the ancient past to the modern era, Cocoa Beach and the wider environs of Brevard County have maintained a fully innate surf identity.

REFINED VELOCITY: The eye of a surfer, the mind of an engineer, and the hands of an artist converge in Max Hazan’s motorcycles, singular machines custom-built for speed, intricacy, and beauty.

THE FABULIST: Riding along with Raymond Pettibon.

PORTFOLIO: CORBAN CAMPBELL: Near disasters and scarred realism with the Florida-raised, Ventura-based barista and shooter.

THE LIGHTS OF PLATFORM GAIL: Survival swimming in the Channel Islands.

UNDERCURRENTS: How surf auteur Greg MacGillivray nailed The Shining’s opening shot, trespassing with Linda Benson, caught in a mobile extortion racket with Justin Quintal, the Gerry Lopez factor, and more.

The magazine is in English