The wait is over: Prime Surfing #20 is here! In a larger format and on the thickest paper, the 196-page magazine has many interesting and impressive stories ready for you. These and other topics are waiting for you in the thickest Prime Surfing Magazine of all time.
Here's some content waiting for you in our twentieth print issue of Prime Surfing Magazine.
There are few sports that are so subjugated to the cult of the body as surfing. Anyone who doesn't conform to the stereotype of the Californian surfing dream is ostracized by the body inquisitors with smiley looks on the beach. Especially for women it is difficult if not impossible to find wetsuits or surf bikinis if the body shape does not correspond to the size of the dreamed "surf chick". Elizabeth Sneed fights against body shaming in the surf scene with her Cuvry Surfer Girl movement and puts pressure on the industry to finally design surfwear for women of all sizes. We spoke to her about the term "beachbody", exclusion and an orphanage.