Monthly Archives: February 2010

The biggest wave ever paddled into?

Its a given amongst big wave riders is that there is a limit to the size of wave that can be paddled into by human power alone (hence the introduction of jet skis and tow surfing), however that actual height … Continue reading

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Get a FREE Keypod

We’re pleased to be able to support Surfers Against Sewage on their latest promotion by offering SAS, FREE Keypods to new members. Just follow their Facebook page and sign up (best be quick though the promo expires soon) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Surfers-Against-Sewage/34044296391?ref=mf

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Northshore Tow-In championships kick off today

The “Keep the ocean Blue” Northshore tow-in event is to start its holding period today. Contest Director Alec Cooke (Ace Cool) has posted a go alert for the competition to start 8 am Wednesday Morning.There is only a one percent … Continue reading

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Dreaming of tropical surf

Its been a long very cold British winter and my eyes are fixed firmly on the spring, but it still seems like a way off, so thoughts of warm water and sunny days lead me to this Tim Burgess video … Continue reading

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New surf product: Neoprene Queen wetsuit repair

Bit of a commerical plug this blog entry, but this is a new product we’re stocking and we rate the stuff! click to buy online

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Jamie O’Brien secures victory at Pipeline

Volcom press release “Pipeline perfection was the order of the final day of the Volcom Pipeline Pro, and local boy Jamie O’Brien avoided the drama to walk away with the win. O’Brien, 26, clinched his third Pipeline Pro title today … Continue reading

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