The Surfer’s Journal

The Surfer’s Journal 33.1


On the cover: Aussie mongrel and TSJ 33.1 profile subject Harry Bryant leaves one of his distinctive animal tracks in North Africa. Photograph by Thomas Robinson.

Other lines in the issue include an arbiter’s subjective ranking of 100 postmodern wave riders, a pop-cultural misappropriation of surfing, and the obsessive nature of noseriding. We also talk survival with a seasoned Pacific Northwest local, ride full-speed with a contemporary shredder, and browse a prolific graffiti writer’s flicks. Imagery ranges from paradisiacal Earthly wonders to the Wild West-era North Shore, and more.


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