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Take a sneak peek of what’s waiting for you in the pages of Zigzag 44.3
Michael February, Alex Knost and Harry Bryant strike and score on an epic boat trip deep into the heart of the Banyak Islands. Turning their backs on conventional boards and conservative thinking, three of surfing’s most expressive characters return with the gold. Open the treasure chest and tuck right in.
ALL IN. THE RISE OF MATT MCGILLIVRAY
Every generation has its competitive beast, a surfer who refuses to lie down until the job is done. It took J-Bay’s Matthew McGillivray five years of focused determination to qualify for the WCT. He asked the hard questions, overhauled his surfing, equipment and re-engineered his entire approach. Cyle Myers gets the full story.
UNDONE. THE LAURA ENEVER STORY
Laura Enever is not just a pretty face. She charges some of the heaviest slabs in the world. The former WCT surfer no longer plies her trade chasing heat wins, nowadays Laura’s focus is on tackling waves that’ll make your hair stand on end. Legendary big wave maestro, Tom Carroll shares her story.
A DECADE OF THE DONKEY
We dive deep into what it is that makes one of the heaviest lefts in the world bite and kick. Seasoned Zag lensman Alan van Gysen has spent a decade documenting the Donkey. He knows what it takes to bring it roaring to life, as well as the threats that could ruin the world’s thickest, longest barrel for good.