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NZ Surfing Magazine is dedicated to New Zealand surfing. NZ action photos, NZ surfer profiles, NZ interviews with champions and the guy at the beach. New Zealand Surfing magazine is New Zealand longest running and most READ surfing magazine (New Zealander's have produced surf mags since the early 1950s, but New Zealand Surfing is the only one to have been continuously published for TWENTY EIGHT years). Each issue is wave after wave of hardcore surf action.
NZ Surf Mag July/ August While Spring is usually the season for new life and new beginnings, we’ve delivered a little early this year with the latest issue of NZ Surfing and the first issue as the new owner for Cory Scott and his team at Nowhere Man Limited. Straight from the depths of the Aoteroa Chiller, we bring you the Winter Interview Issue which features: On the COVER we feature one of our Kiwi WQS battlers in Elliot Pearata-Reid and while NZ bathed in some epic consistent waves for winter, places like Indonesia simply lit up. So often we see and hear how brutal the WQS tour can be with miserable, dribbly waves. But while on Tour and having scored some great waves for the contest in Sumatra, Elliot stayed on for a few days after the comp and scored big time! Interviews with a broad range of kiwi surfers from our pros to our industry to those out there in the world pioneering pathways in surfing. We catch up with Paige Hareb, Luke Cederman, Geoff Hutchieson, Christie Carter and Richard Christie. Mangamaunu Under Threat: One of our most iconic surf breaks now faces an uncertain future under the cloud of proposed construction. The Hard Yards: Faced with the cleanest and biggest manageable swell in a few years. The Rip Curl Pro Raglan: Against all forecasting odds, for what looked like a miserable surf outlook for the 2018 Raglan Pro, Raglan delivered! Back In The Hood- With Jay Quinn: After 15+ years being based overseas in Australia and more recently Europe, which placed Jay in the spotlight of surf media and sponsorship opportunities, Jay is now back home in the hood! Chilled Lines Photospread: The Winter Survival Guide: We’ve collated a heap of tips from the experts to surviving winters elements and making your surfing experience all that more comfortable. Plus much more NZ surfing goodness from the shores and surfers of Aotearoa!!!