KICK OUT THE JAMS!
SW #389 OUT NOW!
The new mag lands Thursday! What’s inside? How about…
The day Eddie Aikau saved Rabbit Batholomew’s life: First look at Phil Jarratt’s memoir, Life of Brine.
How Craig Anderson learned to stop worrying and love the 15 foot Cloudbreak bomb on the head!
Namibia is goofy heaven! More black diamonds from the best sand bottom left on Earth.
The art of Jim Mitchell: from loud to critical!
Plus Chippa Wilson’s blueprint for the future of poppin’ off!
“It’s less about the trick itself and more about the way the trick is being done.” – Chippa Wilson
Craig Anderson is a gentle and kind 56 kilo man who doesn’t seem bothered by wearing 15 foot Cloudbreak closeouts on the head.
The future of aerial surfing may not be all about going higher and more corked as we once believed. The key word is control, says Chippa Wilson.
From his days at Mambo duelling brushes with Mombassa & McNeil to founding apparel label TCSS – this is one artist who lives to slide.
BLACK HOLE SUN
The red mop versus the supernova. Scope Louie Hynd: engulfed by the longest, deepest vacuum in the galaxy.
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