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THE SURFERS JOURNAL 30.4

$24.95
On the front of the new issue, Kael Walsh (@kaelwalsh) finds just what he's looking for—and finds it all by himself—at one of the most crowded lineups on Earth. On the back, while we’re not advocating theft, should you come across one of Craig Stecyk’s (@crstecykiii) desert postings, we won’t tell if you yank it down and frame it.

Peel back the lids, and TSJ 30.4 offers an abundance in wider interest points: the aforementioned Stecyk laying down the first airbrush onto a surfboard, a board which now resides in the Smithsonian. The understudied, but absolutely holding, Brazilian sand-point at Campeche. The trans-Pacific path of 60s-styler Joey Hamasaki. An in-depth portrait of always-deepest-on-the-reef Teahupoo kingpin Matahi Drollet (@matahidrollet). Jamie Brisick's (@jamiebrisick) memoir of a trip to a Baja rock patch in the go-go 1980s. A visual study in the peculiarities of Nick LaVecchia’s (@nick_lavecchia) coastal New England home base. All that, and lots more, within.

Front cover photograph by Ryan Heywood (@ryanheywood).