The Surfer’s Journal – Vol 29.1
On the Cover: First light at Nazaré, prettifying the dangers of a 70-foot-plus set wave. On the back: Catching one through the crowd at a Lost Acapulco concert, Mexico City.
Inside TSJ 29.1, they run up the coast looking for surf in the Travel Advisory Level 4 zone of Sinaloa, offer a retrospective on Jimmy Metyko’s captures of Santa Barbara’s 1980s “progression era”, and trek across the volcanic rock to find empty pointbreaks in the Eastern Atlantic. A retelling of Rob Machado’s disaster-plagued biopic benefits from long-form treatment, while a look at the legacy of the world’s most famous wave print hits on wider cultural interest points.
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