Phil Le Neveu, low tide Splash. http://www.jerseybodyboarding.com
Portpipe Dec 19, 2008 Rating: 16
it usually is like that in fairness, i just chose my spot badly
Lloyd-sponge Dec 18, 2008 Rating: 16
yes but one day you might do all that and it will be 5 foot barreling offshore and just your mates out:)
Portpipe Dec 18, 2008 Rating: 18
i travelled for 2hrs today to a blown out mess, a an overpriced allday breakfast, a loss of 10quid in the slot machines (due to there nothing else to do in bundoran) and a car breakdown up in the donegal mountains quickly follwed by a 1hr hitchhike followed by a 45quid taxi.......... all for the love of the sport :)
Colin C Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 15
Boogergoldy - Coldest I've known was 4.5c, warmest around 20.5c. In recent years Winters have only dropped to around 8-9c, and I guess most summers top out at about 18.5c, unless we get a really hot spell. So it is everything from 5mm, boots, mitts and balaclava to 3mm steamers, shorties or boardies. Variety is the spice....
BoogerGoldy Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 17
Awesome pic wish i was him right now:( Correct me if im wrong but does it ever get much more than 17 sea temp in summer?
Shorey Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 13
Flipping cold to me, hardly drops below 17 where I surf. Respect to braving the cold for the love of the sport.
Colin C Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 12
Sea temp 9.7c so not too bad, was a chilly day. Dicer - not sure who you are? Clint's still here and charging as ever, he's just been travelling through Indo, scored some great waves.
Shorey Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 15
Sweet looking wave, obviously pretty chilly though.
Mike Miller Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 13
New Jersey never looks like that. Beautiful barrel.
Dicer Dec 17, 2008 Rating: 16
Nice photo Colin! We got that swell on Saturday and it was epic, glad you and the lads managed to get some shacks! What's Clint up to?