Surf conditions at 6.25 a.m. on Thursday 12th September 2013:
It's a proper wreckers' morning this morning with a thick cornish mizzle clinging to the headland, bays and fields, the sky leaden, seamlessly joining the sea, somewhere over there.
The wind is steadily blowing from the west, maybe the north west. Either way it's mushing out the one to two feet of surf that is noisily crashing to shore.
It's not a great one, not for a surf, not this morning, not here anyway!
The sky should brighten by lunchtime and the wind is forecast to drop through the morning too so there is a bit of a chance of seeing some fun surf on the dropping tide later.
At this time of year boxes of winter stock arrive at the store full of Winter warmers; thick but these days still supple and very technical wetsuits to keep that chill away during those winter sessions, warming clothes to slip into afterwards and, perhaps finest of all, a rack of beautifully crafted surfboards.
As well as a new delivery of Xcel winter suits the other day, we have finally received our shipment of surfboards from Channel Islands and...Lost! And those boards are all that we hoped for!
Along with a range of FCS, Futures and Captain Fin Co. fins, a big bundle of deck grips from Gorilla, O &E, Kommunity Project and others, a wide range of leashes and, of course a variety of softer waxes, I think that we have all of your surfing requirements covered!
And with those furry lined shoes from Reef and jackets, hats and other stuff fromBrixton Mfg and Captain Fin Co as well as our own logo'd hoodies, there's no reason to shiver after those lonelier Autumn sessions!
So drop in on us if you're around this way and see what you think!
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