The Surfers Journal
Culture studies of the beachside kind.
Meet a few of surfing’s defining participants, in all their depth.
An exhibit of surf-art displays, lifted straight off of TSJ’s 30-year-old walls. Stroll deliberately, eye the details.
Enter our favorite travel stories from 30 years in print, no passport needed.
In the late 1970s, a crew of California surf-skaters got wind of the Central Arizona Project, bringing the concept of a surf trip to the…
Preeminent marine hull designer Joe Quigg on the roots of modern surfing.
The gallery of Kevin Ancell.
Tony Alva’s return to genesis.
An interview with William Finnegan.
The transcending genius of Mike Stewart.
The brothers Berque and the art of adventure.
The final days of Peter Crawford.
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