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SURFER'S JOURNAL VOLUME 17, NO. 1

"Andy Irons exhibits neo-classical form at a French sandbar." Check out the entire 16-shot sequence on pages 110-111. Yes, he gets utterly shacked and spit out on this lime-green super gem.

Lensman Cyrus Sutton makes the journey to Byron Bay and comes back with some striking images for his troubles. Father and son team Nat and Beau Young figure prominently. Also includes "A Nahua Way of Knowledge" by Paul Ferraris and "The Materials at Hand: Bear and Nick Mirandon, the discoveries of the pioneers, and the charting of new surfing frontiers" by Richard Kenvin. A "New Dogs, Old Tricks" pictorial examines the emergence of a new style council among contemporary longboarders. Plus "The Road to Chinchilla" by Yasha Hetzel, an Estaban Bojorquez gallery, a Rusty Miller scrapbook, a Henry Lum tribute, and an extraordinary "Beyond the Parking Lot" pictorial.

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.