Josh T. Saunders

Josh T. Saunders

Assistant Editor, SURFER Magazine

4.23.12

Features

Conlogue Takes the Beachley Classic Crown

A few thoughts from Courtney after her first Tour victory at Dee Why

A few thoughts from Courtney after her first Tour victory at Dee Why.

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4.16.12

Features

Mateia Hiquily Interview

The heir to the Tahitian throne comes in at #55 on the SURFER Hot 100

The heir to the Tahitian throne comes in at #55 on the SURFER Hot 100.

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4.14.12

Gear

Poler Stuff

Outdoor gear and camp vibes are means to surf adventure

Nothing that Poler Stuff makes can be ridden on a wave, and we don’t recommend wearing anything they make while riding waves either. Regardless, this outdoor equipment brand out of Portland, Ore. has everything to do with surfing.

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4.7.12

Features

2012 Oakley Surf Shop Challenge Kicks Off With Southwest Regional at Seaside Reef

Oceanside’s SurfRide surf shop takes the title and reserves trip to Bali

Oceanside’s SurfRide surf shop takes the title and reserves trip to Bali.

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3.15.12

Features

The Science of Surf Remedies: Jellyfish

Bondi Beach Lifeguard Terry McDermott on riding out the sting

Bondi Beach Lifeguard Terry McDermott on riding out the sting.

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3.8.12

Features

The Science of Surf Remedies: Polluted Water

San Diego environmentalist Paloma Aguirre on post-rain surfing

San Diego environmentalist Paloma Aguirre on post-rain surfing.

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3.6.12

Features

Brazilian Wax Appeal

The secret to aerial surfing may fit in the palm of your hand

From our April issue, learn how the secret to aerial surfing may fit in the palm of your hand.

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3.4.12

Features

Sound the Alarm

After a month of shut down nuclear reactors at San O, the hazards of nuclear energy spell potential disaster in Southern California

After a month of shut down nuclear reactors at San O, the hazards of nuclear energy spell potential disaster in Southern California.

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3.1.12

Features

The Science of Surf Remedies: Stingrays

Veteran lifeguard Teag Turner on the ocean’s land mines

Veteran lifeguard Teag Turner on the ocean’s land mines.

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2.17.12

Gear

Carver Skateboards | The Fort Knox

A bridge for the gap between surf and skate

The Carver board blurs the line between skateboarding and surfing. Standing by the assumption that most surfers do own a skateboard, I’d argue there’s good reason for it to be one of these.

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