Medium Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.15 a.m. on Saturday 22nd February 2014:
It's a pleasant morning out there this morning, a clear and bright sky, a light west south westerly wind and a rolling and surging six foot swell.
The wind is just that little bit too blowey, a little too strong and a little too onshore to allow the surf to be any good. There are four to five to six foot waves and bigger being churned inside out and bounced around by that light but effective west sou' westerly.
It looks like another trek around to Harlyn, not a chore on this bright and cheery morning!
If you are over this way for the school half term holidays or just for the weekend, we are open daily and have loads of offers on the go!
With Xcel, O'Neill, Quiksilver and Alder wetsuits, Al Merrick, ...Lost, Haydenshapes, Beach Beat and Hawaiian Soul surfboards, FCS, Futures, Rainbow and Captain Fin Co fins plus Reef and Vans winter shoes, Brixton, Reefand Captain Fin Co clothing as well as our own woolly hats and caps and Ts and jackets, we think that we should have you covered for the rest of the Winter!!
So whether you're looking to upgrade the little ones' wetsuits or need some boots, gloves or hats then drop in on us, you might be surprised at some of our offers!
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