Portraying time spent on the beaches and California and Hawaii during the ‘50s and ‘60s, No Bad Waves: Talking Story with Mickey Muñoz is a hardcover book written by the legendary Californian surfboard shaper himself, Mickey Muñoz. Known as one of the early pioneers of big-wave surfing in Hawaii and the inventor of the ‘Quasimoto’, Muñoz has selected an array of original photographs that paint an authentic picture of the early days of surfing. This hardcover features 175 pages and has been published by Patagonia.
Known for his ethos of ‘no bad waves, only a poor choice of equipment and a lousy attitude’ Mickey Muñoz is a legend within the international surf scene and innovatived board riding and shaping during the golden era of the sport, whilst also appearing as a stunt double in films such as the 1959 Gidget movie. He’s still riding today whilst promoting environmental conservation.
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