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4.5.09

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Best Surf Towns: No. 5 San Clemente, CA

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work and Shred

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work, and Shred.

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4.5.09

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Best Surf Towns: No. 6 Kill Devil Hills, NC

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work and Shred

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work and Shred.

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4.5.09

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Best Surf Towns: No. 7 Malibu, CA

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work, and Shred

Few surf towns have the backstory Malibu does. This quiet beach town a dozen miles west of West Los Angeles, which was inaccessible ranch land until the ’20s, has played a huge hand in the relationship between surfers and mainstream society—from Dora to Gidget, the Chevy Malibu to the Surfrider Foundation, Big Wednesday to Point […]

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4.5.09

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Best Surf Towns: No. 8 Montauk, NY

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Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work, and Shred.

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4.5.09

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Best Surf Towns: No. 9 New Smyrna, Florida

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work, and Shred

Best Places in the U.S. to Eat, Sleep, Work, and Shred

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7.22.07

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Hundreds Paddle Out To Honor One Of Their Own

Over 300 people paddled out this past Saturday, June 9, at Windansea Beach in La Jolla to honor the passing of 24-year-old Emery Kauanui. Many more looked on from land while the huge group of surfers formed a circle in the water, surrounding a boat from which Kauanui’s mother, Cynthia Kauanui, scattered his ashes. The […]

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8.23.91

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Vote Now!

2011 SURFER Poll Voting is Now Open...Click Here to Submit Your Ballot

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8.23.90

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Past Winners

Four decades of SURFER Poll Favorites

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8.23.89

Surfer Poll

About SURFER Poll

On December 6, 2011, SURFER Magazine will host the 41st Annual SURFER Poll Awards on the North Shore of Oahu.

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2.27.87

Features

No Man’s Land

Pipeline charger Takayuki Wakita was in Japan when one of the most devastating earthquakes in modern history struck the country. Months later, as the nation rebuilds itself, he takes us home with him.

Pipeline charger Takayuki Wakita was in Japan when one of the most devastating earthquakes in modern history struck the country. Months later, as the nation rebuilds itself, he takes us home with him.

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