Volume 25 No. 6
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On the cover: West Oz hydrodynamics. Other liquid inquires in this issue include Butch Van Artsdalen’s capers on Oahu during the 60s, Scum Valley legend Ant Corrigan’s impact on progressive surfing during the 70s, Maurice Cole and Tom Curren’s reverse vee project in France during the 90s, plus contemporary notes from the Chatham Islands, a gallery from the northlands of America and Europe, and an examination of how one board served as a window into modern surf culture.