The Surfers Journal Issue 27.1

The Surfers Journal

Surfers Journal 27.1

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On the cover: Pulse advent. “Ocean swells travel separate paths for thousands of miles,” says photographer Trent Mitchell. “I’m interested in the displays of chaos and synergy at this point of union.”
Features:
THE DISTANT ISLANDS
Photos by Ben Thouard
A foray into the sprawling Tuamotu Archipelago, roughly 80 specs of land spread across a patch of water the size of Western Europe.

PLEASURE UNITS
By Brad Melekian
The latest wave pools might define the border between surfing as we know it and its transformation into something…other.

RUMBLIN’
By Kyle DeNuccio
Painter. Board Builder. Wrench. Brian Bent is more than the sum of his parts.

BETTER SURFING THROUGH CHEMISTRY
By Steve Barilotti
The rise, fall, and resonance of the 1960s wax-works, Surf Research.

And MORE.


Type: Magazines


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