Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa.: J. B. Lippincott Co. 1965, Philadelphia, Pa.
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Hard Cover
Illustrator: Robert D. Smith
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Edition: Third Printing.
Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Third Printing. 7.50 x 10". Pale blue cloth with titles and decorations in dark blue on spine and front panel. Jacket is white, with titles in gold and blue, with black and white photos on front and back panels. One corner mildly bumped, previous owner's address stamp on inside front and back covers, FFEP, and last page. Two tiny discolored marks to fore-edge, otherwise clean, tight copy, appears unread. Jacket has minor edgewear, including 1/4" closed tear at bottom of spine heel, but is intact with intact price, good color. This book gives "instruction in every kind of surf-propelled activity--from body surfing, aided by nothing more artificial than a pair of trunks, to group surf riding. The author gives a fascinating account of the history of surfing--and of the men who have made it the exciting sport it is today." Author gives step-by-step instructions on how to make the most of inflated mats, floats, belly boards, and full-sized surfboards, as well as how to surf in the wake of power boats. 283 pages, index, abundantly illustrated with B&W photos and drawings by Robert D. Smith. Size: 7.50 x 10". Bookseller Inventory # 001342
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