"Rich in variety, TSJ issue 21.3 opens with a smoky New Hampshire sunrise, followed shortly thereafter by Laird Hamilton’s ode to Gerry Lopez, the twisted history of the kook cord, and a “Spin the Globe” that is best described as “frozen whale DNA.” On the backside of the issue, the lights are turned on for a night session at Ours, Nat Young remembers Magic Sam, and Logan Murray delves into the dilemmas facing a surf traveler in New Zealand."
The Surfer's Journal ia a cross between a soft-cover book and magazine. The Surfer’s Journal explores the complex relationship of man and wave, the sport’s rich history, colorful personalities, myriad adventures, and the many artful forms of expression that our unique surfing culture.
As a reader-supported surf publication, with just six sponsors in each 132-page issue, the content is almost all editorial. Surfer's Journal delves into topics that get little attention elsewhere, covering travel adventures, surfboard design, profiles of surfing’s most colorful subjects, and the choicest surf photography in every issue.
Frequency: Bi-Monthly; Each bi-monthly 132-page issue delivers 120 pages of editorial content.
Printing: Sheet-fed, square-bound, smythe sewn. Manufactured to standards established and monitored by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC Certified)
Supporters: Surfrider Foundation, Surfing Heritage Foundation, CA Surfing Museum
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