East Coast Issue
From Maine to Florida, and the twelve states in between, the Right Side remains mysterious for us California residents. Does it really get good over there? Apparently it does, and we’ve got the photos and stories to prove it. And though it may take a natural disaster for the sandbars to shine, this issue — like a murky right coast barrel — is well worth the wait.
We celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Triple Crown of Surfing. We team up with Vans to once again honor the late Sion Milosky and bring you the Steep and Deep Pipeline Photo Challenge. We venture to Maui to see why it’s such a scalding hotbed of talent and also bring you a recap from the most exciting North Shore free surf sessions.
The land SURFING calls home. North of the Gate. The town of San Clemente. Secrets. Surprises. Big waves and small. Onshore and off. God we love this place.
Featuring the triumphant return of the Google Earth Challenge, plus a fresh batch of travel tales to inspire the globe-trotter in anyone.
Sharks are a surfer’s greatest fear — a person’s greatest fear — and maybe it’s time to face it. Cage dives. Surfing in the Golden Triangle and in New Smyrna Beach. Stories from shark-bite survivors. A lot of Mark Healey. We explore the complex relationship between the thing we love most and the creature that keeps us on edge.
SURFING’s semi-annual update of all the latest moves and movements, in the water and out. Consider it our State of the Union speech, where the Union is high-performance surfing.
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