Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.45 a.m. on Friday 31st January 2014:
So, are you ready to rock?
At the moment we are enjoying that 'calm before the storm', a grey day but so far quite peaceful, the wind light and still from the south south east. Just.
The surf right now is a decent three to four feet with some bigger set waves marching through and peeling across the Reef. It's just a little bumpy and a tiny bit crumbly, the greyness not helping to lure you in, some of those waves screeching through, others a bit fat and lazy looking.
Really, you want to be on it now, before the wind changes direction, before the windspeed increases, before the arrival of that storm!
And all the forecasts are showing a gradual increase in wind strength with a switch to the south west, blowing a bit by mid morning, strengthening this afternoon and blowing up a bit more again this evening.
But before that we should be able to enjoy some peeling, fun waves, if you're quick enough!
If you're around this way on the weekend it could be worth your while to pop in and see us!
We are starting to clear a whole bunch of wetsuits out, many of them at 25% OFF, a whole heap at 30% OFF and some (mainly weird sized Summer weight suits to be honest!) at 50% OFF!!
We also have a few discounts on those sleeker surfboards that are more favoured for Winter and we have a few FCS fins left to clear following last weekend's SALE, along with a whole heap of other stuff.
So, drop in on us and see what's on offer! You never know, it might just end up giving you that little spur to your winter surfing!!
And if you're thinking how hard core we all are, check out these guys surfing the great lakes!
Now that is keen: vimeo.com/84923342
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