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224 pages of full colour , including 60,000 words with over 300 full colour photographs from the birth of surfing at the turn of the 20th century up till the phenomenon of tow in surfing. First published in 1983 with the last update in 1994, the History of Surfing is the biggest selling surf book in the world with sales in excess of 150,000

Surfing is one of the most exciting and stunningly beautiful sports in the world. The modern surfer on a small plastic board is the product of a fascinating history of development. Nat Young, one of the worlds great surfers, has produced an illustrated history of the sport that is the most definitive and authoritative ever published. Read Condition Please click here to ask a question
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  • Seller location: Hastings, Hawke's Bay, NZ

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