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Men's Journal July 2018

Geared toward the modern, adventurous man, Men's Journal magazine is for guys who enjoy their leisure time and want to get the most out of it. From health and fitness to sports and travel, each month Men's Journal has it covered.

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United States
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English
出版商:
American Media Operations, Inc
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letters

As a fan of both laughter and women, I applaud your choice of Anna Faris as your token lady interview [“We’re With Her,” by Sarah Z. Wexler, May 2018]. She’s hilarious and adorable in so many films—Smiley Face, The Dictator, House Bunny… I feel bro-sad for Chris Pratt for no longer being able to call her “wife,” but—oh well, better chances for the rest of us. MILLION DOLLAR BABY My wife and I laughed at the article about Scott Eastwood [“Shoot to Thrill,” by Josh Eells, April 2018]. “There were no handouts”—did he actually say that with a straight face? He grew up shuttling between Los Angeles, Hawaii, and Carmel, California, living with his mom or dad when the occasion suited him. Poor guy actually had to bus tables for a few…

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letter from the editor

THE SEASON IS defined when we’re young. Think about it: For about 17 years, you look forward to that day—school lets out and summer officially begins. The rush of freedom mixed with long, hot days is intoxicating. And the feeling never goes away. Sure, we don’t get to just walk off the job in June (dare to dream), but around Memorial Day we all start to breathe just a little bit easier. I know I do. Summer, for me, as an adult, is defined by getting to do most of my favorite things: spend more time with my kids, cook big cuts of meat outside, go on epic daylong bike rides, drink beer in the sun, and watch ridiculous amounts of baseball. This year I’m thinking of expanding my summer roster.…

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breaking good

FRED POMPERMAYER CHASES big waves around the globe. As a top surf photographer, he constantly monitors the forecast and ocean conditions to time his outings. No matter whether big swells are breaking in California, Fiji, or Tahiti, “if the conditions come together, I’ll be there shooting,” he says. Such was the case one January morning at Jaws on Maui’s North Shore, when he captured Kai Lenny, a standup paddleboarder and surfer, riding this 30-odd-foot swell. “Nobody is doing what he’s doing with a standup paddleboard right now,” Pompermayer says of Lenny. “He’s basically one of the few guys who can ride in this kind of condition, on this size wave.” To get the shot, Pompermayer was on a jet ski. Even so, the ocean made taking the photo no simple…

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colombia rising

DON’T FORGET to shuffle your feet to scare off electric eels,” says our fishing guide, Dani Herrera, as he wades upstream into the mirror-clear waters of Colombia’s Río Elvita, on the country’s eastern flatlands, near the Venezuela border. Nothing in his voice suggests he’s joking, so we follow him, holding our rods overhead with both arms when the river’s current flows up to our necks. A few hundred feet upriver, we clamber onto a sandy bank and begin casting into the shade beneath bushes growing along the banks. Rebekka Redd, a professional angler who jumped at the chance to come along on what would be her second trip to these waters, throws the first cast, and after just a few tries, her line shrieks and she’s battling what we’ve come here…

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cycling | coffee country

For the past five seasons on the cycling circuit, Colombia has racked up more Grand Tour podiums (11) than any other country—which speaks not only to the caliber of Colombia’s riders but also to the world-class terrain they have for cycling. And though Colombia is best known for its monstrous climbs, including Letras Pass, the world’s longest road climb at 51.5 miles, there’s far easier terrain in the country’s Coffee Triangle, a rolling green landscape dotted with haciendas and chic guesthouses. The biking culture here is huge, and riding through it is like touring a coffee version of Napa. Even better, an increasing number of operators run tours, including Trek Travel, which launched a six-day trip through the area for 2018. FROM TOP: GREGG BLEAKNEY; TREK TRAVEL…

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surfing the wild coast | nuqui

Colombia’s remote Pacific Coast, now increasingly easy to access, is like Costa Rica two decades ago, full of charming colonial towns and empty surf breaks. Family-run eco-lodges have taken root up and down the coast, including El Cantil, a cluster of bungalows hewn from the rain forest south of the town of Nuqui that offers jungle hikes, snorkeling gear for the house reef, and not a whole lot else. The visitor center at nearby Utría National Park is ideal for true off-the-gridders, including electricity-free rooms that are reached by a 5.5-mile hike from Nuqui (boat service is also available). And then there’s El Almejal, a small lodge with a surf break out front and access to some of Utría’s best birding territory. Getting to Nuqui requires a flight from Bogotá,…