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Bodysurf legend Glen “Redwings” Whitford (RIP) soaks the ink on page one of issue 24.2. The book expands from there. Ryan Burch and Ozzie Wright seek out the duende in the muscular left points of South America, a Japanese triptych covers the macro and micro experiences of surf-life in the Land of the Rising Sun, and other features range from a Hindu priest in Bali (who does five-foot airs), to the terrifying/wondrous paintings of fine artist William Mackinnon.

If you’ve spent time surfing on the Bukit Peninsula, you’ve probably seen Mega Semadhi at Uluwatu, lacing deep barrels with stylish carves and...

Sometimes a guy gets on a run. Brazilian Stephan Figueiredo, for example, had a solid year in Hawaii, preceded by an epic score way off the grid...

Strip away the distinctive coastal backdrops, the relationship of a surfer to his or her natural surroundings, the unique physicality and...

Influenced by nearby structure, a small patch of ocean—typically formless—begins to compose into a configuration of it’s own. Newport Beach...

Japan’s surf setups don’t typically draw comparisons to hollow South Pacific reefbreaks. But come typhoon season, all bets are off. In issue 24.2...

North Atlantic storms can hit the Azores with unkind force come wintertime. Local surfers do their best to play the islands from every side,...

I caught up with Rory Russell on a balmy day in Laguna Niguel. He still lives most of the year on the North Shore but had come to visit his...

Surfers are conditioned to experience a certain amount of guilt for missing a good session or a great swell. For Kevin Wallis this guilt is...

Thomas Campbell’s latest assemblage of photography, Seeing Fatima’s Eyes, draws together images from two decades of travel to Morocco in...

The perfection of Sandspit is double edged. Because of its machine-like mechanics, the wave basically allows most competent tube riders to lock in...