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Surfing has become one of the most popular recreational and competitive watersports. For many, it is a way of life, but how was it discovered? No one knows who first rode a wave simply for the pleasure of it. It could have been Stone Age fisherman on a log raft or in a dugout canoe, and it could have happened anywhere in the world where humans engaged the ocean. These are copies signed by author Joel T. Smith and artist Ron Croci.
Price: $25.00

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Mickey Muñoz has been called the “surfer’s surfer,” and is loved and respected among the cognoscenti for his contributions to surfing and the surfing life for the past 60 years as a surfer, a pioneer of Waimea Bay, a stuntman (stand-in for Gidget), a board shaper and designer, and as a sailor and boatbuilder (America’s Cup). This is a copy signed by Mickey.
Price: $40.00

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“The Ride”: 1960s & 1970s: A Photo Essay is an 8.5”x11” hard cover coffee table book that captures —in words and photographs —the art of wave riding during this evolutionary time in surfing’s history. These are signed copies.
Price: $50.00

Duke: The Life Story of Duke Kahanamoku

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Duke: The Life Story of Duke Kahanamoku by Joseph L. Brennan. 280 pages, hardback.
Price: $22.95

The Lost & Found Collection: Volume 1, 1970-79

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"The Lost & Found Collection: Volume One" tells the story of an era that can never be duplicated. A preserved archive marking transitional periods in photography, style, fashion, and surfing. This is a signed copy.
Price: $65.00

Barbarian Days

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***OUT OF STOCK*** A staff writer at "The New Yorker" since 1987, author, William Finnegan just received the Pulitzer Prize for his autobiography, "Barbarian Days." We have signed paperback copies available.
Price: $20.00
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Behold, What Is Greater Than Thyself

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For everyone that finds Baja hell on earth, someone else considers it the world’s last paradise. For surfers it’s a great place to find lonely and perfect waves. For sinners it’s a good place to become a s¬aint. For saints, it’s a convenient place to become a sinner. While the unlucky can lose their wallets, their health and their sanity in 24 hours or less, the chosen ones part only with things not worth keeping. Baja is a bad place for some, a good place for others and the only place for a young surfer in big trouble. This is a signed copy by Chris.
Price: $17.00

Bing Surfboards

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by Paul Holmes. This is the story of Bing Copeland, the business he built, the colorful cast of craftsmen he employed and the visionary surfboards they made and continue to make even now in the 100% handcrafted tradition right here in Southern California. A limited supply of books signed by Bing.
Price: $55.00

Ogden: The Visionary Art of Bill Ogden

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There is an amazing diversity of artistic style and creativity to be found in the body of work by Southern Californian Bill Ogden. While Ogden is best known perhaps for his surf-related cartoons of the early 60s, his psychedelic posters from the later part of the decade and his tropical fantasies of the 70s, his fine art oil paintings of seascapes, desert scenes and mountain wilderness are simply stunning.
Price: $60.00

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The story of how Larry Gordon and Floyd Smith started making surfboards in a garage in 1959 and how that business went on to influence the Southern California surf industry. Hardbound Cover.
Price: $60.00

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