SURFER Magazine

SURFER Magazine

The original since 1960.

8.17.10

Features

Surfing With Slater

Speed. The essence of riding waves. There is no one magical secret to moving on a wave, but to extract as much speed as humanly possible from a wave depends on your knowledge of key elements such as equipment, your body, and the wave itself. Without a little help from everyone else, you could spend […]

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8.16.10

Features

Ten Point Rides

Billabong Pro Tahiti – Webisode 3 from Billabong on Vimeo.

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8.16.10

Features

Two Open Spots and A Field of Some Of The World's Best Barrel Riders

Billabong Pro Tahiti – Webisode 2, The Trials from Billabong on Vimeo.

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8.16.10

Features

The Most Feared Wave and Event Is Ready To Kick Off

Billabong Pro Tahiti – Webisode 1, The Wave from Billabong on Vimeo.

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8.10.10

Features

SURFER Magazine's Survey 2010

Thanks for taking part in the SURFER Survey. The survey is now closed, but look out for the results in the November issue of SURFER. In the meantime check out our digital version at zinio.com/surfer.

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8.6.10

Photos

2010 US Open – Photos by Van Swae and DeMasi

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8.3.10

Features

Save The Waves Coalition Initiates World Surfing Reserves Program at Malibu

On July 22, 2010, Save The Waves Coalition in conjunction with National Surfing Reserves (NSR) Australia and the International Surfing Association announced that Malibu would become the first-ever World Surfing Reserve. The motion, inspired by the impact and success of UNESCO’s World Heritage Program, hopes that attracting global attention to the surf community’s most esteemed […]

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8.3.10

Photos

Bali Dreaming Part 2 – Photos by Jason Childs

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7.31.10

Features

HEAT 6: Surfy Surfy vs. World Pro Surfers

HEAT 6: Surfy Surfy vs. World Pro Surfers Surfy Surfy People that glass surfboards very well World Pro Surfers People that ride surfboards very well << PREVIOUS HEAT NEXT HEAT >>

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