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02/25/2017 at 15:59. Facebook
Persistence and bit of luck, keep searching and you'll eventually find those hidden barrels you were looking for. Nat Young, Central California. Photo: Ryan Craig Photography
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02/25/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
Next time you’re cheater-fiving your way across a crumbly wall at Old Man’s, try not to think of the tons of nuclear waste just ashore.

Avoiding California's Fukushima

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02/25/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
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02/25/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
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02/25/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
That peaceful, easy feeling. Troy Mothershead, Malibu. Photo: Todd Glaser Photography
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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Bring on the shenanigans... and cervezas.

Watch: Cheeseburger Does Baja

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yesterday at 21:45. Facebook
Gabriel Medina's Stepdad Banned By World Surf League! $700 Booties!? Drones Will Save Us! Kooks, Kooks, Kooks! And More!

Week In Review

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yesterday at 20:35. Facebook
Raised on the beach at Rocky Point, groomed in the pit at Pipeline, versed in the art of traversing the globe, the Jones brothers know better than most that different lineups require different surfboard designs. It only made sense that one day Daniel would carry on the family tradition of crafting custom surfboards and Mikala would aid in testing them. Jump into their unique North Shore...
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yesterday at 19:13. Facebook
Welcome to Volume 58. You’ll notice when you pick up the magazine that some things have changed, from the redesign to the thicker paper stock. The theme of this first issue - filled with rich content, mesmerizing imagery, and a deeper look into the sport we love - could not be more appropriate: Evolution. The funny part is that even in this constantly evolving world, we’re all still chasing...
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yesterday at 13:00. Facebook
With 20 attacks since 2011, does Kelly Slater have a point?

Kelly Slater Calls On French Government To Cull Sharks Around Reunion Island

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yesterday at 10:30. Facebook
Get off your damn phone and enjoy the waves, alright?

"Screen, I Wish I Knew How To Quit You"

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yesterday at 08:00. Facebook
For those convinced our wave-riding future is destined for man-made perfection: meet your counterpoint, "The Snake," a five-kilometer-long, reeling sand-bottomed right surfed alone by Mick Fanning. Watch the dream unfold, full edit here: [ Srfer.co Link ]
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yesterday at 06:00. Facebook
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yesterday at 04:00. Facebook
With nobody telling you to go or not, what do you do? Michael Dunphy pulls the trigger. Watch the full edit, here: [ Srfer.co Link ]
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yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
If these walls could talk. San Francisco, California. Photo: Ryan Craig Photography
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02/23/2017 at 22:58. Facebook
When fading into a bomb at Pipeline, it is important to stay calm. Reef McIntosh, insanely composed through a freakish bottom turn. Video: Kilauano
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02/23/2017 at 21:21. Facebook
“Pipeline is evil and beautiful all at the same time. It wants to pretty much kill you, but then it also gives you more pleasure than any wave on the planet."

Marry, Bang, Kill with Balaram Stack

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02/23/2017 at 20:32. Facebook
If you stumbled upon a grinding turquoise sandbar like this, would you tell anybody? Or would you take an oath of silence? Photo: Chris Burkard Photography

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02/23/2017 at 19:31. Facebook
Heavy weather, rickety prop planes, seal meat, and the discovery of one of the best cold-water slabs in the world.

Watch: The Cradle Of Storms, Part I

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02/23/2017 at 18:14. Facebook
At some point in your lifetime, a surf film has moved you. It shook you up, altered your perception, inspired, lifted, stoked, and pushed you to continue your pursuit of waveriding in new ways. Whether that film was Five Summer Stories or Modern Collective, the same feeling has been felt by all. And now, SURFER is diving headfirst into the editing bay, to continue the longstanding tradition of...
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