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One-hundred-and-twenty-six pages of pure editorial. The guts of 23.5 are centered around a sprawling analysis of the Fletcher and Hoffman clan, with characters ranging from Christian to Flippy, Joyce to Dibi, and generational stories that span surfing’s entire modern age. Space is also reserved for a road-and-boat trip through the nether regions of Chile, and a tonally rich portfolio of Indian Ocean photography from wilding shooter Tom Hawkins. Here’s pre-roll at what’s within the folds…

Walter Hoffman has made a career of staying ahead of the crowds: Oahu in the late 40s and 50s, Indonesia in the 70s and 80s. Most surfers would...

Details: For sale is a stunning compound of three units on 6.5 acres of oceanfront property that fronts both Honolua and Slaughterhouse bays...

New Zealand has no shortage of back-beaches and exposed reefs to feed on throughout the year, but on burly winter swells the dependability and...

“Be careful: you might get addicted,” shaper Greg Liddle warned of the allure of displacement hulls in issue 15.2 of TSJ. “If you do, it will mess...

Tom Hawkins is a surf photographer with no interest in riding waves. This may raise a red flag to some surfers, who will apply a variant of the...

Sometimes, particularly in human-loaded lineups (like those found in Australia and California), the trick is to squint and find the open spaces of...

Details: Three distinct, unique, and recently renovated homes ideally situated on 7 acres of pure secluded rainforest with maximum privacy on Matapalo Beach, Costa Rica...

Joaquin and Julian Azulay’s six-month road trip through Tierra del Fuego in South America was the subject of a feature story in issue 23.5 of TSJ...

The Santa Cruz harbor is one of the best sand-fed setups in California. Unfortunately, it also peels through a navigable waterway, and has...

With the high season at Jeffreys Bay coming to a close, Grant Baker hit us with a field report from a solid run of winter swell. Between year-...