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Bear Cummings, Kirra, during Cyclone Winston, from the portfolio of Corey Wilson in TSJ 26.1. “Bear and Mick Fanning were among a small handful surfing this day,” says Wilson. “There was too much water moving to swim, so we took out a ski as a platform and to shuttle guys around. It was a combined effort for sure.”

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Odysseys within the new TSJ explore the hidden story behind an infamous Alaskan glacier-wave assault, the Californians behind the discovery of Desert Point, and newly found production stills from Bruce Brown’s The Endless Summer. Technical analysis of the asymmetrical surfboard and a deep batch of imagery from the frontlines of the professional surf arena add motion and ballast. Available now at reputable surf shops and via home delivery.
Cover photo by @almackinnon
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Nov 16, 2017 11:43 PM (UTC)
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Justin Adams, squeezing in all the perks of a fall run in Northern New Jersey. “It’s amazing watching Justin Fit his 6'7" body into these positions,” says photographer Andrew Blauschild.
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Nov 14, 2017 10:28 PM (UTC)
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Interview: Michael Tomson on thrashings and conquests at Pipeline, the crawlspaces and towers of Gotcha, and other assorted vignettes from a life of lows and highs. “Parties? Yeah, we had parties. Lots of ’em. And yes they were out of control on occasion.” More at Surfersjournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Nov 9, 2017 11:18 PM (UTC)
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Bear Cummings, Kirra, during Cyclone Winston, from the portfolio of Corey Wilson in TSJ 26.1. “Bear and Mick Fanning were among a small handful surfing this day,” says Wilson. “There was too much water moving to swim, so we took out a ski as a platform and to shuttle guys around. It was a combined effort for sure.”
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Nov 7, 2017 10:14 PM (UTC)
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Ex-editor Nick Carroll explores the life and legacy of Surfing magazine—on the occasion of its recent death. “Once a magazine is actually called into being by the culture it serves, once it’s truly filled with blood and spirit the way Surfing was, it’s forever at the mercy of that culture.” Read more at Surfersjournal.com
TSJ 26.5. 128 pages of surfing hits. Each and every one is as delightful as the cover. Subscribe at SurfersJournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Nov 2, 2017 8:38 PM (UTC)
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“Canadian legend Sepp Bruhwiler found this one while everyone else was stuck inside,” says photographer Marcus Paladino. “The wave, obviously, caught the gallery’s attention.”
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 31, 2017 9:45 PM (UTC)
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Watch this low-fi, high style footage of 70s Bonzer icon Russ Short from In The Mists of Summer. And read more about our profile of Short at Surfersjournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 26, 2017 9:28 PM (UTC)
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An @alrikyuill tuck. A shutter dragging over Velvia slide film. It’s the little things that turn the average to art. Photo: @adamwarmington
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 24, 2017 10:26 PM (UTC)
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Read a rich little pull from the TSJ backlist comprising man-made waves, father and son surfing, trespassing, and tube shooting.
More at SurfersJournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 20, 2017 9:47 PM (UTC)
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Australian Rob Henry has spent 10 years living with the Mentawai tribe. He has made a documentary so the Mentawai voice can be heard and their culture and homeland protected. Simple way to give back to one of our most prized surfing destinations: Watch a film, save a culture - #wafsac @asworldsdivide
More at: www.iefprograms.org/wafsac
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 19, 2017 10:00 PM (UTC)
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Low tide, west swell, Santa-Ana swept afternoon. Huntington Beach. Photo: @justinenright
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 17, 2017 10:14 PM (UTC)
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Cutting Room: Ed Sloane. Too many vital images from the Victorian shooter’s print submission—and not enough paper between the cover flaps. Check out the overflow at Surfersjournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 12, 2017 10:41 PM (UTC)
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Stephanie Gilmore, post-ride mindscape in northern Indo. From our group portfolio "Play the Hits" in TSJ 26.4. Photo by @chrisgurney_
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 10, 2017 10:11 PM (UTC)
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Ride shotgun with the film crew of Beyond as they explore various surf outposts along the coast of Africa. More at Surfersjournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 5, 2017 10:24 PM (UTC)
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Kelia Moniz, cross-stepping through storied territory at Waikiki. Photo by Keoki Sauguibo @photokeoki
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Oct 3, 2017 10:02 PM (UTC)
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Check out the spot lit photography and tall tales of North Shore femme fatale Shirley Rogers. Excerpted from the new TSJ. “She produced stunning, candid portraits. Being the most gorgeous woman on the beach during a time when there weren’t, well, any women on the beach, she got backstage access to the entire era.” More now at Surfersjournal.com
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Sep 28, 2017 10:01 PM (UTC)
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We assure you the horizon line is correct. Pacific power surges do strange things to perception. Teahupoo, July 2015. Photo by: @benthouard
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Sep 26, 2017 6:27 PM (UTC)
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The fresh Journal is in. Grab it now for a dose of Fall color. This issue answers questions: Like, “Why do today’s cool kids revere a 1970s Oxnard surfer?” And “What the hell happened to Surfing magazine?” And “Is there room for feature length surf films in the age of webclips?” Don’t fret, though, it’s not all topical brainfood. Indeed, it’s energized with full-bleed color, foreign ports, and cultural surprises as yet unhashed on, uh, social channels. Available now at reputable surf shops and via home delivery. Link in Bio.

Cover photo by @JustinEnright
User Image surfersjournal Posted: Sep 21, 2017 7:27 PM (UTC)
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Otis Carey swings a technical speed grab on an alien designed space craft. From the portfolio of @RamboEstrada featured in back issue 24.3.