Vintage Collectibles - Magazines - Surfer Magazine - 1970's


This is the last issue from the seventies...kinda sad in a way. No SURFER collection is complete without it. Begin the day with "Malibu Morning Magic," with Allen Sarlo, Jay Riddle, and Nathan Pratt stealing the show. "Florida: The Kids Are Alright" examines the youth that continually raise the bar. Plus Gunston 500 coverage from the Bay of Plenty, South Africa, "Living on the Fault Line" by Jim Kempton, "Surfing and the Art of Visualization," and a colorful Larry Bertleman interview. This issue is in Betty-minus condition, about 75 percent of mint. Very light cover and spine wear. No pulling at staples. Slight moisture ripple on front cover is barely detectable and does not affect interior pages. No torn or missing pages and no cutouts. Packaged in an archival-quality clear plastic sleeve with an acid-free mat backing board. Click Here for a closer look.