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Movement Magazine Issue 45

Introducing MOVEMENT 45 – The Discovery Issue.
The stories and images in our 2019 hardcover instalment – our biggest issue ever at a whopping 206 pages – is our finest offering yet, featuring everything from forgotten film memoirs of Jack Lindholm by Tom Boyle, to the world’s first ever Bodyboard comic, starring Mike Stewart and Tom Morey. But wait, there’s more…

PLEASE NOTE: This is a Pre-Order, Magazines will ship 1st week of December.


Turns out Google Earth’s still got plenty of legs left yet when it comes to new wave discoveries – we chat to four journeymen about their experiences with the world renowned application and learn where exactly it has taken them. This issue’s cover star, Tahiti’s Kirahu Thibaud, too, is another startling find – coming from nowhere to break the internet in June with one of the biggest moves ever pulled on a bodyboard.


We also discover the depths of southern Africa this issue through the lens’ of Alan Van Gysenand Sacha Specker, and rediscover a wave that has been largely forgotten about in bodyboarding media with Pierre Louis Costes, Tristan Robertsand Lewy Finnegan, while Jase Finlay’s post professional bodyboarding career is proof you’re never too old to reach for new horizons. Plus, our Board Buyers Guide offers you the chance to discover your next magic carpet.


Finally, as always, you’ll discover timeless photographic full-bleed perfection, featuring the likes of Ben Player, Tanner McDaniel, George Humphreys, Andre Botha, Ryan Hardy, Chris James, Charlie Holt, Davis Blackwell, Iain Campbell, Kim Feast,and many, many more.


Whether you’re a mysto travel fiend searching distant headlands for undiscovered waves, or you’re simply looking to rediscover your love for the boog, the images and stories in these pages are ample proof that the Age of Discovery lives on.


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