Surfing crystal clear waves with a light offshore is a surfer’s holy grail. Whether it’s a beach break, reef or point break there’s nothing better than a long wall stretching […]
Our surf guides are here to help you surf better. From our walkthrough on how to get better at surfing to the definitive list of surf tricks you can master, we’ve got helpful step-by-step guides for surfers of all abilities.
If you’re like me and don’t live next to a world-class surf spot then surfing choppy waves may be your only option. But choppy conditions don’t need to ruin your
Surfers survive big waves by learning how to fall with the least risk of injury. This alongside specific safety equipment like buoyancy vests, jetskis, helmets and reinforced surf leashes all
No, surfing with contact lenses considerably increases your chances of contracting nasty eye infections. This, alongside the irritation and redness caused by salt and sand, makes contact lenses a poor
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Children can begin to surf as young as 2 years old with careful supervision from adults in small, mellow waves. It’s key that any child should be enthusiastic about entering
Learn how to practice surfing at home with our helpful guide. Maximise your surf potential and improve your wave count with just a few simple steps. Surfing is one of
Buying a used surfboard is a rollercoaster of emotions. From finding the perfect bargain to getting sold a waterlogged hunk of fibreglass there’s so much to think about before you
Wetsuits are a gift from the gods, they help us stay warm, surf longer and even protect us from reef cuts. But, like all great things, they never last. From
Reef breaks can be a scary stepping stone when you’re used to sand-bottomed beachies, but the lure of mechanical waves and perfect tubes breaking across shallow coral is unavoidable. Rather
Point breaks are at the top of most surfer’s favourite waves list, they’re long, they’re fun and if you’re lucky you can paddle out with dry hair, what’s not to
When you’re just starting to learn to surf, reading and understanding the surf report can seem like a massive hassle. You’re met with rows of arrows and numbers that can
When you’re first starting out surfing it can feel like all the surfers around you are speaking a different language, floaters, reverses, sushi rolls… The list goes on and on
If you’re new to surfing or spend a lot of time around surfers, you’ll likely hear them throwing around the words offshore and onshore like they’re going out of fashion.