Surfing Photographs from the Seventies

Catch barrels with the best of them in this engaging photo book.

Surfing is one of the world's oldest extreme sports – before the X-Games, Hawaiian royalty and laymen alike were riding tubes on monstrous, finless boards. The art form is constantly evolving, and photographers/surf enthusiasts like Jeff Divine have captured that story in pictures. Surfing Photographs from the Seventies is a collection of the some of the sport's finest moments, as ninety-six pages of color photographs give you insight into the life of Divine and his friends during one California's headiest eras. Gaze into a decade where what mattered most to surfers were their garage-made boards and catching the next big swell.

  • Photographs by Jeff Divine
  • Introduction by Scott Hulet
  • (W)12.5" x (H)9.5"
  • Hardcover
  • 96 pages
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