• Ordering a board online

    Posted by Richard Edy

     

    It's late August 2017 and as I sit around smiling at the winter it's been, my mind wonders, as it normally does to surfboards. I've been fortunate to ride a bunch this winter in all sorts of different conditions. It truly is amazing how they have all progressed and the assistance they offer all levels of surfers. 

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  • Rusty Surfboards - New Torsion Spring Technology

    Posted by Richard Edy

    The idea behind the Torsion Spring is to create a one piece hull where the left side talks to the right side with dynamic flex without losing kinetic energy from the wave. This core gives you the quiet, smooth, feeling of a polyurethane board but the lightness of an EPS board. Fully waterproof, if you get a small ding, you don’t have to worry about ending your session. The Carbon Kevlar tape used along the rail in this 3D perimeter reinforced construction resists buckling.

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  • The Boat Trip

    Posted by Richard Edy

    It's early on a Tuesday morning around the end of July, the first day in a long while I'm not surfing because it's onshore and the swell has died. Playing serious catch up on the work front with a few strong cups of coffee, my mind starts to drift to the last boat trip I did six years ago!

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  • 5 Simple Steps to getting started with a SUP

    Posted by Richard Edy


    The great thing about this water sport is that no matter how much or little you know about it, you’ll still end up having fun, even if that means looking foolish (me sticking my butt out too much and then falling over).  

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  • Surf Watches - From the Simplest to the Most Advanced

    Posted by Richard Edy

    I’m one of those surfers that has to know what the tide is doing. And I mean immediately.  I plan my life around it. I don't have time to look on my phone. I need to know when it’s high/low and how big the range is. I need it at glance and my ADHD means I often forget about it, and need to check it again and again. That’s why having a visual tide display watch is a crucial part of my life. 

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