Vintage Collectibles - Magazines - Surfer Magazine - 1980's
Hans Hedemann in a trusting relationship with SURFER staff photographer Warren Bolster.
Matt Warshaw interviews Barton Lynch and Dave Parmenter over the Australia vs. California rivalry. "A Morning at Rocky Point" chronicles a particularly star-studded session, complete with pros galore and telephoto lenses lining the beach. "A Tale of Two Bays" features Waimea and Honolua at their best. James Jones is the man at Waimea, as usual, while Jack Dunlap, Dane Kealoha, and Shaun Tomson control the situation at large, perfect Honolua Bay. Also includes a Charlie Kuhn profile and "Pole Position," a pictorial offering some unique perspectives with the aid of a pole cam. "Longboard Renaissance" examines the renewed interest in longboarding with a more modern approach. Finally, Herbie Fletcher outruns a close-out set at Waimea on a jet-ski, and Martin Potter get a controversial win at the 1986 Katin Pro-Am Team Challenge.
This magazine is in very good or Betty-plus condition, about 85 percent of mint. Very light cover and spine wear with no pulling at staples. No torn or missing pages and no cutouts.
Packaged in an archival-quality clear plastic sleeve with an acid-free mat backing board.
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