Why the World of Surfing Loves Ghetto Juice

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For over four years Ghetto Juice has been Orange County's number one surf magazine. Although fans from all over the world love it, it's the core Orange County surfer who seems to connect with it the most.

Here's what a few of the most influential players in the surf industry had to say about Ghetto Juice magazine and the impact it's had on their magazine-reading minds the past four years ….

"I like that Ghetto Juice has a local, somewhat insider-but not "too cool” of perspective. I like the retro vibe and classic 80’s touch. I also like that it's humorous and it has a distinct OC vibe. It's also very “surf centric”, no distractions except the guaranteed butt shot or two in each issue."Matt Biolos, Founder / CEO …Lost Surfboards and …Lost Clothing

""I love all the little stories. The layout is a feast of surf culture reading. Keep up the good workl!"Richard Woolcott, Co-Founder, Chairman of Volcom

I love Ghetto Juice because it's always full of interesting and relevant content."—-Renowned surf photographer Tom Cozad

"I like Ghetto Juice because since I live in the OC, I get to see what I missed while I was either on the road or surfing somewhere else. Plus I might get lucky and see one of my photos!"Chad Wells, Surf Team Manager, Quiksilver

"I like how good Ghetto Juice magazine tastes!!"Richie Olivares, Surf Team Manager, Volcom

"I dig being able to thumb through Ghetto Juice when I’m out grabbing a bite."Marty Kish, watch guy, Vestal Watches

"I like it because it's not cookie-cutter and it's got all the core good stuff that's going on. We live in the core area of the sport and need something more on the edge than the regular old surf mag. Best mag in a long time!"Scott Metzner, Team Manager, T. Patterson Surfboards

"I Like Ghetto Juice magazine because of its core roots with Skip Snead and Joe McElroy. It's free and they cover my events with class."Scott Waring, owner APSS American Pro Surfing Series

"It's f##ked up an' real!"Peter Schroff, legendary designer and boardmaker, Schroff Surfboards

Image of Kirra Pinkerton by Kurt Steinmetz


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For over four years Ghetto Juice has been Orange County's number one surf magazine. Although fans from all over the world love it, it's the core Orange County surfer who seems to connect with it the most.

Here's what a few of the most influential players in the surf industry had to say about Ghetto Juice magazine and the impact it's had on their magazine-reading minds the past four years ….

"I like that Ghetto Juice has a local, somewhat insider-but not "too cool” of perspective. I like the retro vibe and classic 80’s touch. I also like that it's humorous and it has a distinct OC vibe. It's also very “surf centric”, no distractions except the guaranteed butt shot or two in each issue."Matt Biolos, Founder / CEO …Lost Surfboards and …Lost Clothing

""I love all the little stories. The layout is a feast of surf culture reading. Keep up the good workl!"Richard Woolcott, Co-Founder, Chairman of Volcom

I love Ghetto Juice because it's always full of interesting and relevant content."—-Renowned surf photographer Tom Cozad

"I like Ghetto Juice because since I live in the OC, I get to see what I missed while I was either on the road or surfing somewhere else. Plus I might get lucky and see one of my photos!"Chad Wells, Surf Team Manager, Quiksilver

"I like how good Ghetto Juice magazine tastes!!"Richie Olivares, Surf Team Manager, Volcom

"I dig being able to thumb through Ghetto Juice when I’m out grabbing a bite."Marty Kish, watch guy, Vestal Watches

"I like it because it's not cookie-cutter and it's got all the core good stuff that's going on. We live in the core area of the sport and need something more on the edge than the regular old surf mag. Best mag in a long time!"Scott Metzner, Team Manager, T. Patterson Surfboards

"I Like Ghetto Juice magazine because of its core roots with Skip Snead and Joe McElroy. It's free and they cover my events with class."Scott Waring, owner APSS American Pro Surfing Series

"It's f##ked up an' real!"Peter Schroff, legendary designer and boardmaker, Schroff Surfboards

Image of Kirra Pinkerton by Kurt Steinmetz

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