The Surfers Journal
Chasing hearsay and chewing betel nut in Oceania.
Exploring Somalia’s untapped surf with purpose—and armed protection.
Meeting a Swiss with seemingly bottomless primitive skills in Baja.
Bodysurfing alone in the Pacific Northwest.
Surfers are standing in the way of the destruction of South Africa’s west coast.
Mexico’s El Presidente wants to Elmer Fudd one of Salina Cruz’s prized right-handers.
Inside Monyca and Ola Eleogram’s organic fruit farm on Maui.
A red belt surf shooter’s most memorable surf trip was also his coldest.
A Mexicana writer observes a beach where it’s always warm—with a chance of sketch.
Vodka for breakfast. River rat for lunch. Ear infection for dinner.
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