Vintage Collectibles - Magazines - Surfer's Journal - Volumes 10 - Present


"The mystic eye revisited," courtesy of Teahupoo, the millenium wave. This is the Journal's 15-year anniversary issue, complete with a special raised-relief cover process. The cover itself is a work of art! Shane Peel offers a smorgasbord of right point breaks from a good winter in Victoria, Australia. Then surf and sailing legend Mickey Munoz shares his scrapbook with Journal readers. Also includes a Barry Britton gallery, Jeff Divine's "An Occurrence at the Motu," and a Mark Massara profile. Plus "Down at the Sugarmill: Repurposing an Old-Economy Landmark on the North Shore," a Japan travel feature, "Up the Cape," and a pictorial focusing on contour, texture, lighting, and tone titled "Color Swath." Black's Beach is the greenest! Direct from the publisher, these mint back issues are immediately sealed in a clear archival-quality plastic sleeve with an acid-free mat backing board. Virtually untouched by human hands, they are perfect for the discriminating collector. Click Here for a closer look.