August, boom it’s here. Just like that, we’re in the 8th month of the year with winter almost in the rearview. In this issue, the Zag has rolled up their wetsuit sleeves and dug deep bringing, once again, the finest surf content to you, the reader. In issue 42.6 “Standouts” we pay homage to three of the best bits of winter, explore the wilder side of Mozambique with Ricky Basnett and Jordan Alexander, delve into 11 reasons why your surfing sucks and profile three of SA’s most unique and inspiring surfers. Go’on, get a closer look below.
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11 Reasons Why Your Surfing Sucks:
The title is deceiving – this is self-help at its finest. By looking at our flaws and the ways to improve them, we’ll all become better shredders.
Hidden in Plain Sight:
Mozam is a surfer’s dream with warm, tropical water and very sick waves. But the well-known spots can get crowded, so our crew skipped those for somewhere difficult to get to: paradise.
A few of the finest moments this winter, printed in full colour across two pages.
Every lineup has a standout, a surfer that catches the eye. Without them, it’s possible none of us would be inspired and improve. Meet three Saffas who fit the title.