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Flow Surf E-Magazine is about local love of surfing
- Sept. 5, 2011, 8:36 a.m.
The Philippines enjoys the Pacific Ocean and the West Philippine Sea on both coasts with thousands of islands to choose from a surf-spot menu. Despite this, surfing is only beginning to become a mainstream sport in the country. With several foreign surfing magazines to choose from at your local imported book store, one publication chooses to go local.
Flowsurfmag.com is an downloadable e-magazine on local surfers and local's surf spots. The layout is clean and simple, the photos are stunning, articles are relevant to surfers, and best of all, it's free.
Instead of featuring good-looking half-breed rich kids who just took up the sport (which popular media has done), Flow Surf E-Magazine chose to feature local surfers; local rural surfers. They are the winners of local competitions who have the support, love, and hero-recognition of their sea-side barrios.
Apart from this online magazine, check out the blog on what's happening and surf events.
Support the local surf community. It is a sport that respects nature and its conservation. It is a lifestyle of moderation and respect.
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