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SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 1 (1990)
Enter the 1990s...But first, take a look back at the 1980s by reading "A Decade in Review." Meanwhile, young airman Christian Fletcher pockets $32,000 by winning the Body Glove Surf Bout II in good south swell conditions....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 10 (1990)
On the cover: What you're about to thumb through is something we like to call a photo-heavy issue: Lots of color and stoke, light on the jabber. We begin the issue with a cover shot of Johnny-Boy Gomes that we're calling....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 11 (1990)
On the cover: Scott Ostrander, Tahiti. Newport Beach, 1977: This guy came to the beach after a night of partying and had to go surfing. After borrowing a board he decided Levi's looked better than whatever he was....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 12 (1990)
On the cover: Kelly Slater at Oceanside, warming up before his pro debut at the Life's a Beach Surf Klassic. In this issue: Rough Cut, Power From the East, Cape on Fire, and more... This magazine is in near mint....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 2 (1990)
Young Kelly Slater gives some expert advice on small-wave surfing. West Side local Anthony Ruffo makes "Mug of the Month," back by popular demand. A tantalizing Isla Natividad travel feature offers some clean tubes and a....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 3 (1990)
North Shore veteran Dane Kealoha proves that getting shacked never goes out of style, no matter the decade! Environmental Editor Allston James interviews Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia clothing company and major....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 4 (1990)
Martin Potter clinches the 1989 ASP world title. Read all about it on page 118. Pioneer surf filmmaker and artist Grant Rohloff dies of cancer at the young age of 54. "The Banzai Pipeline: Magnitute, Violence, History,....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 5 (1990)
From Warren Bolster's birds-eye view aboard a helicopter, Derek Ho's wave during the 1989 Pipe Masters looks even bigger than it is...which is pretty large! Young Australian surfer Karl Palmer does his good deed by saving....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 6 (1990)
Two days after competing in the Eddie Aikau Memorial at Waimea Bay, Brock Little flew to California and caught the same swell at Todos Santos Island. Derek Hynd reviews "The New ASP Top 30." A lengthy California pictorial....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 7 (1990)
On the cover: Travel issues are as popular with SURFER readers as the swimsuit issue is to Sports Illustrated fans. And why? They both show seductive glimpses of what the world offers to the adventurous and the....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 8 (1990)
On the cover: While surfing a hollow, shallow, unnamed lefthander somewhere east of Java, Gary Green's facial expressionis caught midway between the stoke of his immediate situation, and the apprehension of what's coming....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 31, No. 9 (1990)
On the cover: Darrick Doerner, at Waimea Bay, January 1990. For this issue of SURFER we asked 13 top big-waveriders to submit their list of the 10 best Waimea surfers. Although we didn't print the results in order of skill,....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 1 (1991)
On the cover: The Lopez method praises exact positioning, fearlessess over the ledge, and ease in the face of danger at Pipeline at all times. Derek Ho is the star pupil from the Lopez dojo, and he's benefitting....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 10 (1991)
On the cover: Shaun Munro at Winkipop. In this issue: Totally Beschen, 41 Photos That Changed the Way We Surf, Some Stoke, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing pages and no....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 11 (1991)
On the cover: Josh Mulcoy at Gums, North Shore, Oahu. In this issue: The Matt and Jeff Show, Weasel Reef, Yankee Domination, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing pages and no....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 12 (1991)
On the cover: Richard Schmidt leans back to go forward at Waimea Bay. He later described the wave as "One of the heaviest of my life." In this issue: Big Time, The Future of Pro Surfing, Altitude Sickness, and....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 2 (1991)
On the cover: After Europe, Tom Curren had entered 10 of 13 ASP events, and won six of them. Should Curren win the 1990 Championship, he not only will be the first male surfer to recliam the Title, but also the first to win....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 3 (1991)
On the cover: The Fall of 1990 was very good in California, and Richie Collins came home from the Tour long enough to get a piece of it. During a Hurricane Trudy day in late October, photographer Mike Moir took this shot at....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 4 (1991)
On the cover: In late-breaking news from the 1990/91 North Shore season we can tell you two things: Brock Little got in the barrel at least once at Inside Sunset, and Tom Curren successfully regained the ASP World Title........ Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 5 (1991)
On the cover: All you guys who split the North Shore right after New Year's are probably looking at this shot of Martin Potter and going, "Whoa! When was that?" It was mid-January, during a 6- to 8-foot....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 6 (1991)
On the cover: Trouble ahead, trouble behind. Derek Ho watches his speed in a slippery, backwash-riddled Pipeline growler. In this issue: The New ASP Top 30, Invitation Only, Cold Salvation and Long Hot Showers, and....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 7 (1991)
On the cover: Two scenes from the watery road. Grajagan loading zone. Sometimes you want the boat to break. In this issue: The $40,000 Hawaii NOrth Shore Pro III, In Another Country, Jungle Cats, and more... This magazine....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 8 (1991)
On the cover: Marcus Brabant throws a summer bash at Cabo Blanco, Peru. In this issue: You Should Have Been Here Next Week, The Man With the Fearless Eyes, The ASP Australian Grand Slam, and more... This magazine is in....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 32, No. 9 (1991)
On the cover: No more pencils, no more books. While surfing Ragged Point in Barbados, a few months before graduation day, Kelly Slater celebrates the end of his high school years, and the beginning of what promises to be an....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 1 (Jan. 1992)
On the cover: Kelly Slater at Zippers. He pulled it. In this issue: Full Metal Racket, Between Feedings, Warrior's Wake -- A tribute to Rick Griffen, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 10 (Oct. 1992)
On the cover: If you were Matt Archbold's nose guard, this is what you'd see, San Clemente Pier In this issue: A Matter of Perspective, Some Stoke, Emotional Rescue, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 11 (Nov. 1992)
On the cover: Derek Ho tickles the beast at Pipeline In this issue: Hevs McClelland: Hello. Goodbye, Annals of Disaster: Part 2, Vision/Revision, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 12 (Dec. 1992)
On the cover: Dueling egos: Brock Little and Mark Foo at Todos. In this issue: Sunny-Side Up, The 25 Greatest Moments in Big-Wave Riding, Some Stoke: XXL Edition, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 2 (Feb. 1992)
On the cover: Tom Curren, Winner of the 1991 Surfer Poll In this issue: Surfer's 20th Annual Reader's Poll, The Show (at Sunset Beach), Nude Surfing, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 3 (March 1992)
On the cover: Rob Page, slotted, somewhere in the South Pacific In this issue: The Hidden Pacific, Sharks: Some Food for Thought, and Echoes: The Long Road Home, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 4 (April 1992)
On the cover: Luke Egan slices into an early-season gem at Pipeline. In this issue: North Shore Preview, Longboarding Today, Power Play, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing pages and no....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 5 (May 1992)
On the cover: Unidentified surfer, swallowed whole, Pipeline. In this issue: Ordinary Monsters, Other Guys' Girls, Some Stoke, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing pages and no....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 6 (June 1992)
On the cover: Darren Bingham, deeply committed, Maverick's In this issue: The New ASP Top Forty-Four, Design Forum, California's Nuclear Winter, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 7 (July 1992)
On the cover: Mike Akima is a polite, low-key, Hawaiian-born construction worker who rips Pipeline. He is a prime example of the type of over-talented, under-credited surfer to whom this issue is dedicated. In this issue:....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 8 (Aug. 1992)
On the cover: Colin Smith prepares for touchdown at Baja Malibu In this issue: Frames Per Second, The Right Coast: Who's Laughing Now?,Luke Egan: The Search for Power, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition........ Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 33, No. 9 (Sept. 1992)
On the cover: Mike Rommelse, a serious turn, Margaret River. In this Issue: Barefoot Infidels, All That Glitters, Japan, and more... This magazine is in near mint condition. No torn or missing pages and no....... Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 34 No. 8 (August 1993)
Travel Time issue: Puerto Rico Explodes, Chile's Dry Desert Tubes, and Pipeline's Late-Season Surge. Showing Ross Williams in West Oz........ Details
SURFER Magazine Volume 37, No. 1 (1996)
This issue features " GO EAST - Best Hurricane Season Ever" and "Way Beyond Bali", a closer look at the early exploration of Indo's outer islands; long before the crowds and surf camp developments. Untouched by the human....... Details
SURFER Vol. 36 No. 10 October 1995
"Only a surfer knows the feeling." After 35 years of knowing that feeling, SURFER gives us this classic edition to help understand what it is all about. A must-have for the casual collector. Featuring articles by Steve....... Details