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.
Aussie charger Damien Wills tackles a heaving, unrideable death-slab, and lives to tell the tale…barely.
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 perennial fan favorite.
Thousands of readers responded to our massive online survey. We crunched the numbers and analyzed the results to provide you with the most comprehensive profile of the modern-day surfer ever created.
On the heels of a recent South American sojourn, Scott Hulet provides a first-hand travel tale from the Land of Lefts.
Jordy Smith, Craig Anderson, and Mitch Coleborn make the case for Bali as the world’s foremost aerial playground. A dozen pages of awe-inducing imagery prove they may be right.