What You Get -
A full Year Subscription Starting from any Issue you like
Full Access to The Path area for all of 2021 which gives you -
2 free digital books Numb and Numb II
All Digital Editions of the path from issue 101 to 108
Access to our entire back catalogue of 500 features from issue 001 to 100
A new movie, exclusive to subscribers, every month.
10% off all TSP Merch + Plus special offers and colab collections
10-25% off the TSP Adventure shop, this is only available to Subscribers and goes live in November
You can start this sub at any issue, 101, 102 and 103 are already out, 104 out this month. Just add the number you'd like to start with in the extra comments at checkout.
We are a reader supported journal, which means out of the 124 pages every quarter, only 10 of those pages will be adverts, from a couple of trusted partners. We also only deliver direct to your door, no distribution to newsstand which makes it efficient when it comes to printing, thus we can give you guys who really appreciate long form interesting features and the world's best surf photography the best possible deal. We are UK based, we are focused on Northern Europe, but cover issues and travel globally. Our soul is surfing, our heart adventure and our minds are focussed on helping to protect our Environment. What do you get? six issues starting at 101 Access to our book Library with exclusive discounts Access to our film channel, this is only for subscribers Discounted TSP Merch Access to the archive of features from issue 1-100 Mags Quarterly - Late March - June - September - Early December We are dedicated to being a reader led magazine, which offers long reads about travel, adventure and the environment that we can all relate to, from new surfers to pros, we are truly democratic and for every surfer on the planet, and only exist with your support.
Issue 101 is out and shipping, issue 102 is out now Issue 101 - Land Sea Sky - Tony Butt on sea level rise, and Dan Crockett in Patagonia A social media free adventure throguh Britain and Ireland Ben Selway fighting cancer and keeping shooting Mike Kew - A low key journey throguh bits of the pacific you have never heard of Lea Brassy - Trying to be a travelling surf pro and a Patagonia/Eco activist A wild few days stuck in a blizzard on the Greenland sea And Surfing vs Big Oil Issue
102 is out , - Master shaper and tubesmith Neal Purchase Jnr Adventure in The Congo Tony Butt - The cost of losing waves Environment - Can we still fly to surf? Lucia Griggi - Breaking ground as a female photographer, incredible photography Hull to Helsinki - What would you do if you got a job in Finland? You'd drive the coast of Norway to get there... Van life - The realities of giving up bricks and mortar Incredible Gallery Instant Surf - St Agnes local Matt Smith on shooting surf culture with a polaroid
Issue 103- New England - With Brian Nevins New Zealand - With Mark McInnis, Dane Gadauskas, Pete Devries and Noah Cohen Cornwall - An outsiders perspective East Anglia - Dan Crockett and Jack Johns Isolation tales from - India, Indonesia, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, Mexico and Marocco Land Sea Sky And as always and Epic Gallery About The Surfer’s Path
Adventure|Sustainability|Culture|Environment The Path is both supported by our readers and totally reader focussed. We live and breathe surfing and the environment we surf in. We are here to be a voice for our subculture. We are about the people who make it so interesting; the artists, the environmentalists, the soul men, the athletes, the adventurers and everyone who makes our world so vibrant. We are all bound by the sea and it is that common thread that leads us to The Path. We are a small independent journal, we believe in the power of print. In an ever over saturated digital world, we exist to be a breath of fresh air. A place where you can break free of the digital chains of life, and indulge in long well considered intelligent articles accompanied by exceptional photography. The influence of the printed page for maintaining our subculture should not be underestimated in a world of continued digital mediocracy.