Medium Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.55 a.m. on Saturday 11th January 2014:
That's a bit of a chillier one than expected, I guess that the wind has a little bit of north in it this morning.
The clouds are gradually separating out, leaving some star spangled ribbons of early morning sky to enjoy, which is good because the surf isn't all that to look at!
The forecasts are all showing light offshore (south easterly) winds and a solid little swell but right now there's just that chilly onshore west nor' westerly wind, strong enough to chop and slop the three to maybe four feet of surf, a bit of a grey and mixed up scene which is hardly inviting!
Give it a couple of hours and we should see something a bit better, or a whole heap better!
It's just about low tide right now so let's hope that the incoming tide gives it a bit of a push while the wind eases and switches. Oh and that sun should finally take control too!
As those Winter storms wrapped themselves around us, tugging and tearing and testing your wetsuit, snapping surfboards and chilling those little fingers and toes, have you thought about replacing any of your equipment yet?
We have stacks of leashes, deck grip, fins and all sorts, not to forget those basic things like surfboards and wetsuits! And we're just deciding whether to do a massive clear-out Sale!
What do you think?
We have Xcel, O'Neill and Alder wetsuits, boots, hoods and gloves, Merrick, ....Lost, Meyerhoffer, Haydenshapes, Webber and other surfboards, FCS, Futures andCaptain Fin Co fins and accessories, as well as O & E and Kommunity Project grips and bags and stuff. Plus loads more!
So, do you fancy a bargain?
Drop in this weekend or mail us (at email@example.com) for whatever you want!
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