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The Ocean Earth Ezi Rider is the best value for money on the softboard market & has been since we started selling softboards nearly ten years ago. An evolving program, the Ocean Earth Ezi Rider has always used the best in construction when it comes to performance & durability. But how do we know this ? The secret is in the customer feedback, sure all brands are going to tell you that there product is the best with all of the bells & whistles at the very best possible price. Our customers tell us how great the Ezi Rider is & we never have returns for faults etc. 

When you sell a lot of one fin you start to wonder whether it is the marketing behind the product or the fin itself. The Mick Fanning fin in FCS II is one that we sold plenty of with out a whole lot of effort. Have them in stock & they are going to move. So, we decided to try them. 

Being a surfer that nowadays uses a large fin, the black & white MF was the one I tried & have to say that in certain wave types I was very impressed. 

This year has been nuts if your a fan of the surfing game & if your reading this then I am guessing you are ? Who would have seen Wilko take the yellow jersey at Snapper then have another win & a final under his belt after J Bay to still be on top coming into the final half of the season! I heard an inside whisper of a top Aussie claiming that he thought Italo Ferreira would win the title this year, which could still happen, but no predictions about Wilko.

Your read the title correctly! Modom has a new shark deterrent leash coming out possibly in the next couple of months. The leash is supposed to throw out some sort of signal that turns the sharks away & is apparently especially useful in deterring Bull Sharks, a known shark for attacking humans. 

Surfing in Victoria is an experience that every surfer should take part in atleast once in there life. Big, raw swells that roll in out of deep, cold water. Whether you are surfing on the East Coast or West Coast of Victoria (Yes Vicco has both an East & a West Coast) you are probably going to need some foam in your board. 

The Waves - 

Now everywhere has runs of small swell, definitely some places more than others, so I think focusing on the consistently solid swell that lashes both Victorian Coastlines is the way to go. 

The Carbon Wrap Surfboard Technology is here! The much hyped concept, created & manufactured by Dan Macdonald, being driven globally by Matt Biolis & Lost Surfboards. Check out the videos attached to get more of an idea how this technology works. Anything that is Carbon Wrap we can get our hands on for you at the best price so get in touch if this buzz has gotten you! 

Lost Surfboards by Matt Biolis

It is that time again, when we offer you Lost surfboards shaped by Matt Biolis in Australia, the idea is that Matt is over for the Quikky pro shaping boards for team riders & you are able to get in on the action by ordering Mr Biolis to make you one of your favourite Lost models all at no extra charge to what a Lost model would normally cost you. 

Its really easy, head to our Lost store on TWS by clicking this link - 

 

Click here to find which Biolis shape you are going to get

I usually do a Christmas post in December to bring on the New Year & thank all of our regulars & one off customers alike for there support & wish everyone a Happy New Year. December gone was a little different. Busier than ever & working day & night to make sure all the presents made it under the tree & everyone got what they were after, I like to think we succeeded, as each year we have another wave of happy new customers & a strengthening relationship with the happy ones from the year before. 

When thinking surfboards in Queensland, you could come up with a diverse range of boards across the breaks  this state has, but generally there is a common theme. Sand bottom right handers is a phrase that comes to mind, also mushy beach breaks follows a close second when thinking about QLD. 

The Breaks & the boards - 

The World Title Rankings

Madness to think we are only a few months away from crowning another Surfing World Champion! It has seriously been a funny old year. Snapper was absolutely ordinary at best, same as most of the other contests with flashes of perfection here & there. The question has risen again though, who is going to be world champ. Apparently not Freddy Pattachia who belted out a ten in his round one heat at Trestles the other morning came in & called it quits, what a way to go out!