May-2010

SURFER Magazine

May 2010

12 Issues / Year

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About the Mag

Known as "the bible of the sport," SURFER Magazine has been the foremost authority on surf culture since its founding in 1960. Every issue is packed with award-winning photography, provocative interviews, and travel features to the world's most exotic surf locales.

In This Issue

  • 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

    In the dead of winter, Joe Curren, Dan Malloy, Warren Smith, and Photographer Brian Nevins go in search of reeling right points in rural Northern Japan.

  • THE LANGUAGE OF SURF

    An in-depth look at the world’s most specific lexicon.

  • THE FIX

    We surf every day. We’re obsessed, right? Maybe. Or maybe we’re addicted. Brad Melekian analyzes the surf psyche and comes to a different diagnosis than simple obsession.

  • INDONESIAN WANDERINGS

    No team managers, no agendas, no films in the making. An all-star group of friends “Bruce Irons, Matt Archbold, John Florence, Danny Fuller, Nathan and Herbie Fletcher, and legendary lensman Art Brewer” take a leap off the grid in Indonesia.

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