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Taylor Knox puts on a (literal) power clinic for some Huntington Beach High School students.
Send ‘em out on a rail
*New video attached.
Evan trades Florida for California
All in the name of surf
California Surf Towns
Sometimes postcards lie: La Jolla and Santa Cruz
Steph wins Roxy Pro
And all is right in the world. Plus, seventeen photos behind the lines
“I think I’m in love,” says photographer Peter Taras
I think we’re all in love.
Our most veteran and most green photographers, Steve Sherman and Corey Wilson, give us five each from the Quiksilver Pro at Snapper Rocks.
Boardriding and beyond
A tragic case of mistaken identity confuses two wonderful, understanding and talented regular foots.
That’s Josh Kerr, not Alex Gray
Aamion should write a book about surf travel
He’s making a movie instead
This issue begins at Lei Lei’s with Chas Smith. Mai tais and Kona lagers. Poke, salmon and rib racks.
The Hawaiian way of life.
Got a big idea for the surf world?
Red Bull wants to bring it to life
Documentary on Papua New Guinea surfing to show for one night only in San Diego.
It’s this Saturday and it’s really f–king good
Jon Rose makes waves in Liberia
Clean water waves
What happens while you’re busy making other plans
It’s not your travels that we love
It’s that you travel
Albee Layer packs an inside bowl at Peahi and emerges unscathed to talk about it.
So, we talk to him about it
Aussie-born, North Shore-dwelling carpenter is a big-wave surfer’s big wave surfer
Built like a rugby player and twice as tough
Eric Geiselman, surfing’s renaissance man
“I want to push hard for contests, but I also want to have good video parts for the kids, because that’s what got me into surfing”
My own trajectory has been defined by giving up
Sometimes, just saying “f–k it,” and walking away from whatever is weighing you down can be the cure-all and lead you to perfection
Behind the scenes of our first swimsuit shoot of the year: Catalina, Michael Sterling Eaton…
…Amanda, Christy and Eloisa
Garrett McNamara rides a “90 foot” wave in Portugal and the surf world largely ignores him.
But the real world welcomes him as one of its own
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