The winter months are an excellent time to surf; you get more time, more waves, more space, and there’s a glow to your skin that stays with you the whole day. It’s closer to the frontier feeling you get from hiking mountains or cross-country skiing; it’s a very special feeling that really only a minority of people will experience.
A very quick blog post and photo of a kitesurf session I had in Newquay on Sunday, when the swell was reading a paltry 4m at 15 seconds. Except for one quick session at Bantham, South Devon, I hadn’t had … Read More
This is my Ocean Rodeo Ignite drysuit review. If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll know it’s not often I write reviews, but after just a few days of ownership of the new Ignite, I feel need to … Read More
Two days ago I picked up a Starboard Touring SUP board. If you’re not yet a paddler and are wondering what the difference between a touring sup and a ‘regular’ SUP is, a touring SUP is the board you’ll be … Read More
‘What size and shape surf-kite board do I need for the UK?’ This is a question I get asked a lot, and after a Tweet from @kite_man_sam I felt compelled to get my thoughts out on the blog, hopefully it … Read More