Huck is an intelligent, beautiful and sophisticated action sports lifestyle magazine, produced by the most creative minds in the surf, skate and snowboarding community. Huck sets itself apart from other action sports magazines by going beyond the boundaries of surf, skate and snow, weaving travel, music, film, art and culture into its thread. Huck is published in English, German, and French, and distributed worldwide. Huck was launched in 2006 a year after independent film magazine Little White Lies by the same publisher, The Church of London. Former editor Vince Medeiros had previously edited Adrenalin, an adventure sports and lifestyle magazine founded by journalist, Michael Fordham. The launch issue, featuring snowboarder Shaun White on the cover, had to be delayed by two months after burglars cleared out the magazine＇s Shoreditch office, a fortnight before the original release date in May 2006. Publisher and former editor Vince Medeiros remembers:
"My first thought was 'have we backed everything up?' Fortunately, pretty much everything was recovered, either because it had been backed up, or because contributors refiled copy and images. But it was a horrible experience." Huck was shortlisted for Best Designed Magazine of the Year Consumer (Over 40k) at the Magazine Design and Journalism Awards, 2008and it won best cover in the Sports and Men＇s category of ｀The Maggies＇ Magazine Cover Awards, 2009.
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