Volume 21 No. 3
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A reader-supported surf publication founded in 1992, The Surfer’s Journal is vivid, authoritative, and independent. The goal of each 132-page bimonthly edition? A completely resolved composition. Balance. Color. Story. And purist surf energy from Page One to close-of-book.
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Rich in variety, TSJ issue 21.3 opens with a smoky New Hampshire sunrise, followed shortly thereafter by Laird Hamilton’s ode to Gerry Lopez, the twisted history of the kook cord, and a “Spin the Globe” that is best described as “frozen whale DNA.” On the backside of the issue, the lights are turned on for a night session at Ours, Nat Young remembers Magic Sam, and Logan Murray delves into the dilemmas facing a surf traveler in New Zealand. And between all that, the well runs deep.