'It's too heavy to hold in the bathtub.'
George Greenough (Pioneer and Inventor)
'There is something here to resonate with pretty much any surfer, regardless of your perspective on the pursuit of the Utopian ideal. You cant approach 'switch-foot II as you would a 'normal' book. This is not the typical introduction -exposition-conclusion format that you'll find elsewhere. It's more like a trunk full of oddities that you might stumble on in surfing's attic. Wherever you open it and start to delve inside, you'll feel yourself being drawn further in - careful, you can get lost for hours!'
Ian Cameron PLB magazine
'Switch-foot II is a sharp production worthy of the highest accolades.'
MG from SW Magazine
'Switch-Foot II reflects an image of surfing when it was a bohemian ideal that mixed salt-crusted fun with spiritual yearning. Old sea dogs will love it.'
Marc McEvoy (The Herald Sun)
'I found myself falling into moments of professional jealousy on more than one occasion - a sure sign that the author is hitting nerves with key discoveries and overlooked nuggets from our hyper-studied realm.'
Scott Hulet The Surfers Journal (USA)
'The lost journals of the original surf explorer.' Peter Troy OAM International Freight; see at bottom. note: if you want 2 or more copies of this book, please contact us...
256 pages, hardbound. Focusing on the characters of the 1960s era and strictly 'pre professionalism' (1976) this book interviews dozens of at the elders/legends in surfing probing their thoughts, feelings...
Sorry folks - we no longer stock this book...but you can get it for a limited time only for $20!!!! here. New Holland Publishers are coming out with this...