They Make the Wave

“The ocean humbles you. You can go and win a world title, but you’re never going to beat the ocean.” Says Stephanie Gilmore, one of the world’s best female surfers – and one of the protagonists of the illustrated book She Surf.
Text Jack Weil
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The book also introduces us to Brazilian longboarder Chloe Calmon and India’s first professional female surfer, Ishita Malaviya. In addition to presenting the scene’s current stars, She Surf also takes us to some of the best surf spots and sheds a light on the history of women in surfing.
Lauren L. Hill: She Surf: The Rise of Female Surfing. Gestalten. €35.00

gestalten & Lauren L. Hill: She Surf: The Rise of Female Surfing. 35 Euro

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