Miss Reef: always there by our side

Reef is proud to release the second installment of a five-year series of Miss Reef Calendars shot entirely in Latin America.

The 2011 Miss Reef Calendar was photographed throughout the Pacific side of Panama, capturing Reef's most treasured subjects: exotic beach locations and the beautiful, mysterious and sensual Miss Reef.

The 2011 Miss Reef calendar is available now at core surf shops.

The Miss Reef Calendar is an annual tradition treasured by generations of surfers, young and old. Miss Reef has been a global icon in the surfing community for the past 25 years, and the calendar is a celebration of her, as well as the rich Latin American heritage of the brand.

The 2010 Miss Reef calendar, the first of this limited edition series, was photographed entirely in northern Brazil.

The second installment takes us to the Pacific side of Panama, where local Miss Reef's are the subjects of the calendar, along with the beautiful turquoise waters, pristine beaches, and tropical settings of this ideal location.

For the next three years, Reef will visit a new secret location in Latin America, bringing you the quintessential surfers' timekeeper year after year.

Source: Reef

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