Surfers Journal Volume 23 No. 5
One-hundred-and-twenty-six pages of pure editorial. The guts of 23.5 are centered around a sprawling analysis of the Fletcher and Hoffman clan, with characters ranging from Christian to Flippy, Joyce to Dibi, and generational stories that span surfing’s entire modern age. Space is also reserved for a road-and-boat trip through the nether regions of Chile, and a tonally rich portfolio of Indian Ocean photography from wilding shooter Tom Hawkins.
SURF SHACKS - BOOK
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A GOLDEN AGE JOHN WITZIG - SURFING'S REVOLUTIONARY 1960s AND 70s
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OFF THE ROAD - BOOK
Off the Road Off the Road is a collection of outdoor adventures and the vehicular travel companions and equipment that make them possible. Its stunning photography transports us to awe-inspiring...