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Like yin is to yang, this muscular left is the perfect foil to it’s more famous righthanded brother. When the wind is in the E and there’s a sniff of S swell, up to 3 defined sections will wrap into the bay at the bottom of Sipura island, delivering anything from small lumpy walls to warp speed barrels at the top, centre and tail of the reef. Shifts mischievously in overhead swells and suckers the greedy into a corrugated end section that’s both beautifully hollow and unmakeable in equal measure – get out while the going is good! Mid tide is best and it will handle beyond double-overhead for the hellmen. Super-consistent so often crowded these days, although the shifting line-up looks after those who wait wider for the guaranteed sneaker sets. Getting caught inside on a big day is terrifying - use the keyhole if you end up on the reef.

  • All Tides
  • Left-hand break over submerged reef
  • Sand
  • S - W
  • Easterly
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