Windy and sunny scenes this week with Lee ‘Pasty’ Harvey wing foiling at The Bluff in Cornwall. Watch the video review of his latest gear here.
BoardsportSOURCE issue 111 is available to view online, download and is posted to surf, snow and skate retailers and brands across Europe. In print, flick to page 66 for more insight into SurfDek traction.
The 15th-17th April saw the 2022 Scottish Surfing Championships. Watch the Scottish Surfing Championships 2022 event video here.
The 15th-17th April saw the 2022 Scottish Surfing Championships held in Brimms Ness, Caithness. Conditions were a consistent 2-4ft west swell, with a steady offshore wind all weekend. Opens & Masters heats were run at the bowl, a right hand, heaving slab. With longboards run at both the point and the cove, Brimms more mellow offerings.
SurfDek are pleased to be supporting the Scottish National Surfing Championships this year, which will take place next weekend (15th – 17th April 2022) at Thurso East. At the time of writing this the forecast is looking pretty tasty, with two days of 4-5 foot @ 12s WNW swell and light Southerly wind.
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Traction pads are fairly self-explanatory. They sit near the tail of your surfboard and help you figure out where your foot placement is at all times while riding the wave. Read our guide on how to place your surfboard deck pads.
As of the 9th December 2021, when you purchase from SurfDek, a £1 donation will go to The Wave Project charity. Read more here.
To celebrate the launch of surfdek.co.uk we’re going to giveaway 3 packs of our Hex Pack traction pads. Wordwide entries – find out how to enter here.
This year  I’ve been working on a new project called SurfDek. We can now design and supply modular, customised (including logos) and fully bespoke surfboard traction from our factory in the North East.