SURFER Magazine

SURFER Magazine

The original since 1960.

7.22.10

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Breakout: Guitars and Surfers

Interview With Surfer/Guitar Maker Kevin Kinnear

Interview With Surfer/Guitar Maker Kevin Kinnear

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7.22.10

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The Gift Of Canggu

Canggu Surf Community Flourishes

Canggu Surf Community Flourishes

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7.22.10

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The Birth of the Coldwater Gold Rush

"My Most Memorable Surf Trips Have Included A Fear Of Frostbite"

"My Most Memorable Surf Trips Have Included A Fear Of Frostbite"

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7.22.10

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Surfer Saves Kangaroo On Gold Coast

Neil McCallum Rescues Kangaroo Caught In A Rip

Neil McCallum Rescues Kangaroo Caught In A Rip

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7.22.10

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Keramas: An Indonesian Epicenter

Keramas Is Bali's Version Of Lowers

Keramas Is Bali's Version Of Lowers

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7.22.10

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The Dubious Documentation of Surfing's First Slab

“I had been looking at Pipeline for two or three years and I couldn’t get anybody to go out. We’d seen those pinnacle rocks underneath the break . . . So, we just kept passing on it,” says filmmaker and Surfer founder John Severson. In the winter of 1960 he aggressively prodded Mike Diffenderfer to […]

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7.22.10

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Saccharine Sessions In Barbados

…I hadn’t been in the Soup Bowls parking lot for more than three minutes when a wiry, bald-headed local named Chicken demanded my name in a tone typically preceding violence. In as friendly a voice manageable, I responded, “I’m Za—“ “F–k you!” he interrupted just as the k sound sputtered from my mouth. “Get the […]

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7.22.10

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Digging Deep For Gaviota Coastline

Nole, tell us a little bit about this long distance paddle that you are partaking in. Well we are paddling from Gaviota to the US/Mexico border. We are paddling on traditional paddleboards with a bunch of gear strapped to them, and an alaia surfboard on each one. We’ll be paddling down the coast, and camping […]

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7.22.10

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World Tour Surfers and ASP Officials Propose Changes to Controversial New System

Standing along the picturesque point overlooking the world’s most ferocious waves, the flock of remaining surfers still seeded in the Billabong Pro Tahiti met with ASP officials last Sunday evening to discuss the tribulations of the new sudden-death format. It’s no secret that the new format has been a bitter pill to swallow for many […]

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7.22.10

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The Pyschological State Of A Champion

Sports Illustrated writer Gary Smith recently penned an insightful psychological sketch of nine-time World Champion Robert Kelly Slater. You can find the article here. If you’re a fan Slater’s or a fan of pro surfing, Smith’s article is a great read, posing the question:Why does Kelly Slater surf? Gary Smith follows the champ’s own self-excavation […]

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