12.1.10

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January 2011

The Staycation The best surf trip of your life may not involve ever leaving home. Dane Reynolds Accidently Reinvents the Signature Film With his two new releases, Dane Reynolds redefines the genre. Western Reaches Mick Fanning, Taj Burrow, and Julian Wilson charge head-on into the rugged West Australian winter. Climate Change An Indian summer heats […]

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11.1.10

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December 2010

Profile: Brian Conley Brian Conley’s fixation with capturing the essence of tube-riding has produced the most extensive and detailed catalog of inside-the-tube-POV documentation on the planet. Alex Wilson pries into the mind of a man obsessed. Graj-Again Once a mythic tropical frontier, the G-Land of today is more surf camp than land of uncharted exploration. […]

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10.1.10

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November 2010

Moments Before Impact Aussie charger Damien Wills tackles a heaving, unrideable death-slab, and lives to tell the tale…barely. Profile Shane Dorian While his most recent exploits have taken him to the top of the big-wave realm, his precision and style have inspired us for close to two decades. Lewis Samuels delves into the psyche of […]

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9.1.10

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October 2010

How To Do Everything: A century of valuable surf tips, how-tos, and secrets distilled into 16 info-packed pages Profile: Bede Durbidge Bede Durbidge has been a world-title threat since 2007, yet he’s remained the least –known member of surfing’s elite. Writer Sean Doherty makes sense of the Tour’s most underappreciated son. Crisis In The Gulf: […]

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8.1.10

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September 2010

The Interview Issue: Twenty-six of surfing’s most interesting and talented characters give their take on everything from surfing to the mysteries of life. Unconventional Wisdom: Tom Carroll, Ozzie Wright, Maya Gabeira, Doc Paskowitz, and Taylor Knox impart their life lessons. Historically Speaking: The author of the Encyclopedia of Surfing, Matt Warshaw, talks about surfing’s elusive […]

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7.1.10

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August 2010

PLUG AND PLAY Four epic spur-of-the moment trips prove that the best waves in the world and the trip of your life may be just a live Internet feed away. SURFER PROFILE: JULIAN WILSON Brendon Thomas reveals what goes into the making and selling of surfing’s next best thing. RISK/REWARD What price will you pay […]

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6.1.10

Magazine

July 2010

SURFER PROFILE: BRUCE IRONS Enigmatic, unpredictable, and possibly the most talented surfer of his generation, Bruce Irons is at a crossroads. No longer a Dream Tour warrior or the next big thing, we dispatched Lewis Samuels to Kauai to find what his next act is, or if he even has one. EXPOSURE SURFER’s staff photographers […]

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5.1.10

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June 2010

SURFER PROFILE: DEAN RANDAZZO Dean Randazzo isn’t just a former World Tour surfer with an eye on trying to crack the Top 32 one more time, he’s also a survivor of multiple bouts with a deadly form of cancer. Kimball Taylor the story of surfing’s toughest man. THE PERFECT WINTER A look back at the […]

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4.1.10

Magazine

May 2010

SURFER PROFILE: GRANT BAKER South African hellman Grant Baker won his first international big-wave wave event at the ripe, old age of 32. Now, in the latter half of his 30s, he’s being recognized as one of the best big-wave surfers of all time. Writer Christian Beamish recounts the road to later-in-life stardom. FROZEN HOKKAIDO […]

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3.1.10

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April 2010

SURFER PROFILE: JEFF JOHNSON Surfer, adventurer, North shore lifeguard, writer, mountaineer…flight attendant? Jeff Johnson’s resume could just qualify him to be the superhero of everyman surfers. Steve Barilotti followed Jeff a 5,000-mile Chilean quest and recounts his tale. SCOTTISH DEPTH, VIKING SOUL The Orkney Islands are so far off surfing’s radar, even surf-starved Scots don’t […]

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