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Issue 24.4 is bookended by a North Shore appointment with Mason Ho and a Portuguese tube session with Kelly Slater. The rest of the book wanders from a snowbound slab in the Baltic Sea to the architecture-and-design studio of Stephen Alesch. The swamps of Florida, the pop iconography of Mike Salisbury, some overland routes through Java, and the pine forests of the Pacific Northwest also make an appearance.

“Never seen a wave do this before,” says South African photographer Sacha Specker. “Not sure I will ever see it again. Being there to photograph...

“One of the super important things about every stage of glassing a surfboard,” says Larry Petersen, “is that you always start in the same place,...

This appetizing setup in the South Tasmanian hinterlands only comes to life two or three times a year, which means Rory Sanders and Ben Richardson...

Details: Three bedroom two bath 2386 sqft. custom Hawaiian style home on nearly an acre of well kept grounds with incredible views in every direction - including Diamond Head and the ocean...

What makes a great surfer worth watching can’t be easily reduced to any one thing. But in the case of Mason Ho, a large part of it is an element...

“That day was truly a day to remember,” says photographer Nick Liotta. “Pouring rain, filthy runoff, every pro in Ventura in the water, and too...

From the tiny corner of the publishing world at John Severson’s Surfer, designer/illustrator Mike Salisbury went on to have incalculable influence...

Mode of transport can heavily influence the surf selection process. It can also color the texture and feel of the entire session, beginning far...

Ed. Note: Phil Jarratt’s feature story “Before Morning” in issue 24.4 of TSJ tracks the tumultuous dawn of the surf age on Bali. Here he...

The line a surfer draws can tell you a lot about their approach to wave riding. This study, from a slightly sunken vantage, shows a wake trail...