The Surfers Journal
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Firing back into the past, forward into the future.
Campeche is everything you never knew about Brazil.
Quietly forceful, Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon.
Beachside, street life, and other intimate moments through the lens of San Pedro’s Nick Green.
Inventor and Black Butch descendant Tyler Reid is on a heater.
CR Stecyk, the Smithsonian, and the first airbrushed surfboard.
Look all the way to the edge of the reef at Teahupo‘o…and you’ll find Matahi Drollet sitting quietly by himself.
Recalling A-frames and growing pains on a Baja rock patch in the go-go 1980s.
Contrapposto and surfing.
Shane Beschen spent his professional surfing career raging against complacency. Today, he finds plenty left on tap through a blend of family and business ventures.
In 1969, Richard Nixon moved next door to Surfer magazine founder John Severson. The San Clemente beach wasn’t big enough for the both of them.
Treading the line in Morocco.
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