Surfboards can be delicate, and it is easy to scrape them if you’re not too careful. Damaging your beloved board can be a frustrating experience, even more so if the incident has happened out of the water! Most annoyingly, depending on the extent of damage, it can also be a time-consuming and expensive problem to fix if it happens often!
Knowing when and what board to progress to in the early stages of your surfing experience can be a complex topic! There are plenty of factors to take into consideration including how you feel on your current board, board volume and the style of surfing you would like to pursue.
The O'Neill Superfreak has proved to be one of the best selling summer and winter wetsuit ranges for men, women and kids for very good reason. Wetsuit Centre takes a look at why they are so popular and what all the jargon means.
Your surfboard is legendary, it carried you over killer waves and now it carries over memories, all market by scratches and dings. You want your board to live with you as long as possible. But a bashed board won’t ride like it used to and if looks matter don’t expect any head-turning as you stride by with your board under your arm.
With so many great beaches in the UK, a great number of us choose to spend our holiday right here at home. It’s often much cheaper than heading abroad, meaning we can stay for longer, or indulge in more activities whilst we are there.
It’s normal to feel a little lost when you begin a new sport or find a new hobby, especially when looking for new equipment. But once you have had a taste of a new sport that you love, it can be difficult not to dive straight in and buy the first things you find in order to get back out and try it again.
Soft racks certainly are an affordable method to carry around your surfboards in the event you don’t own a pricey auto rack, or even a van to place your sticks in. These convenient products are an extremely easy task to fit, are capable of holding approximately 8 surfboards safely.