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STORY BEHIND THE COVER SHOT:
Todd Langdon | В No Comply Pole-Jam В | В Pic: Harvey Mills
I think this was Todds 3rd or 4th deck in less than 24 hours. He ended up bolting his running gear to this well used board, which he nicknamed ‘The Boat’, owing to the fact that it was waaaaay wider than he was used to. Nevertheless, he still ripped on it.
This was a convenient pole-jam somewhere in the University district of Plymouth that was utterly rinsed for an hour or so earlier this month. As soon as this went down, we new we had our cover shot – the second up-close fish cover in a row, but who gives a shit, right? Check the whole feature in ‘Plymouth Rocks’ later in this issue.