At no less than 228 pages thick, issue #8 is by far our biggest issue ever, and this shot of James Jenkins scoring a smoking Baja barrel gives you some indication of just why that is: pure grade-A content. We received a lot of it since our last issue, so there was no way we were gonna be able to stick within our page limit for this one. No sir. There’s just too much good foiling going on, and we want to cover it all. So here’s just a small teaser of what’s in this monster of an issue…

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THE TOM CARROLL INTERVIEW // Little introduction needed to one of surfing’s most influential and stylish riders ever, who’s now a huge proponent for foiling and the opportunities it provides. Friend and journalist Paul Burnett sits down for a chat…

BURNING BRIDGES // We can all thank Guenther Oka’s creative vision for turning a low slung bridge over a lake in Orlando into probably the most unique foil shoot opportunity that we’ve seen to date. Brian Grubb, Meagan Ethell and Jeff Langley joined in the fun.

WING WAHINE // A generation of foilers coming into the sport with the wing as their primary focus are starting to show up and shine. We speak with Christina Naish, Mona Mutzenberg and Rio Imperato – three young females who fully represent the new school.

WAIKIKI SUNDOWNER // Mateo Ell’s timing is impeccable. After a downwinder and some quesadillas, Mateo and Jack Ho head for Waikiki. Spooked by the amount of people, they dash for the water, just in time for a sunset that they’re unlikely to forget…

THE BAJA FOG // Thankfully, as our cover photo and this spread below denotes, James Jenkins didn’t take things too far with the quality tequila that was on offer on his trip down to Baja for a photoshoot. And when the swell rolled in, he was ready to meet it…

OFF PISTE // James Casey and friends take on a solid offshore swell on the outer banks of their local spot north of Sydney. Hours were spent sharing waves and tow runs, and almost everything went according to plan. Almost.

THE BAY // San Francisco Bay is known for being a pretty challenging body of water for those brave enough to tackle it. They built a prison on it for good reason. But Johnny Heineken is no shrinking violet when it comes to getting into its deeper, darker waters…

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