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Undercover (Moments of Stoke)

by zigzag / posted on 2 days ago

With a nod to the latest issue featuring an amazing underwater perspective on the cover, we’re throwing you back to ’93 this week – which is the last and only other time a real fisheye-view landed on the coveted Page 1 of Zigzag. The image was taken by Lance Slabbert at the Valley of the […]


Help Get Mike To Mavericks

by zigzag / posted on 3 days ago

Mike Schlebach is well known for his commitment to surfing waves of serious consequence. Whether charging Sunset or Dungeons, a stones throw away from his home in Kommetjie, or heavy waves like Bayview or Buffels he has become a respected member of the South African big wave community. So much so that Mike was the […]


Zag Issue 38.8

by zigzag / posted on 3 days ago

We’re taking you on a voyage of discovery in Zigzag issue 38.8, as we go island hopping to cooking waves old and new. We chat to some career castaways, take a look at what happens when a world class wave gets sold to the highest bidder, and of course we’ve loaded it with some of […]


Know Your Fins

by zigzag / posted on 16 October, 2014

Nope, not the ones on your board, the ones that you suddenly see out the corner of your eye, and go “Oh shit! What’s that!?” Here’s a quick guide by millerslocal.co.za to some of the pointy things you could encounter whilst having a surf. So now you’ll be able to identify the ones you can […]


Surf Ninja – Josh Brodie

by zigzag / posted on 16 October, 2014

Waves are without a doubt the most fascinating shape/form that the earth has to offer a surfer. When the elements align, a point break’s mechanical perfection will capture our complete, awe-inspired attention. Well, this wave assassin has taken his love for the shape of things and incorporated it into his everyday life, studying architecture – […]


When Middle Aged People Start Surfing – by Joseph Krone

by zigzag / posted on 16 October, 2014

The subject of respect in the lineup is what Joseph Krone tackles in this opinion piece, which is his entry into ‘Write to Surf‘ – our surf journo competition with some epic prizes up for grabs (see below for details). *** WHEN MIDDLE AGED PEOPLE START SURFING – by Joseph Krone Respect is there to […]


Things Change – with Jordy Smith

by zigzag / posted on 15 October, 2014

Who remembers Martin Potter’s crazy streak in 1989? He went mad at so many consecutive events that it still stands in the record books as the biggest world title winning margin ever. So what happened? Was it the training? Was it the fact that Derek Hynd gave him a ‘no-chance’ rating in his Surfer Mag […]


We Want You On The Cover! (GoPro Cover Me 3)

by zigzag / posted on 14 October, 2014

We’re searching for someone to feature on our cover and it could be YOU! That’s right, our GoPro Cover Me 3 competition gives any Saffa surfer a chance to feature on our coveted page 1. Send your entries to avg@zigzag.co.za or upload them to shotbru.co.za and tag them with ‘GoPro’.


Catching Up With Benji Brand (Monster Pitstop Winner – Leg 2)

by zigzag / posted on 13 October, 2014

It’s been a mission trying to track down Benji Brand, the winner of the second leg of the Monster Energy Pitstop powered by Zigzag in association with O’Neill and iON Action Cameras. That’s because he’s been all over the globe this year, scoring incredible waves like this along the way: Benji’s Leg 2 winner of […]


J-Bay Capers (Part I) – by Ross Turner

by zigzag / posted on 10 October, 2014

Never mind violent locals and hungry sharks, Ross Turner reminds us that sometimes it’s more dangerous just getting to where you’re heading in ‘J-Bay Capers – Part I’, which is his entry into ‘Write to Surf‘ – our surf journo competition with some epic prizes up for grabs (see below for details). *** J-BAY CAPERS […]