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Unwritten Rules of Surfing

Unwritten Rules of Surfing

Surfing is about freedom, hanging out with your mates, having fun and chilling out but there are some unwritten rules that prevent you from becoming 'that guy' (or girl) in the water.     1.Don't drop in One wave, one surfer. When you paddle for a wave always check if someone got there first, sharing isn't always caring and you don't want to ruin the fun for fellow surfers.   2. Keep control of your board  A board to the face is no fun at all, never try to pull a manoeuvre that could end up with you landing on (or crashing into) someone else,...

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Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

There is something very special about surf photography and artwork. Here are three guys who are exceptional Surfboard Artists. Source: Lee Pegus  Lee Pegus Surfboard artists Lee Pegus is a surf photographer. Growing up and surfing at Sydney's Manly Beach, "Pego" got his first intravenous hit of saltwater at 10 years old, immaculately preparing him for the position of copyboy he took up a couple of years after in the sink-or-swim universe of publication at the Sydney Morning Herald. As anyone might expect, Lee swum. He brazenly wormed his way into the photographic office and learnt his exchange at the...

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How to Take Care of your Wetsuit

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Wetsuits can be extremely costly, hence it is important that you know how to take care of your wetsuit in order to take care of your costly purchase. You should rinse your wetsuit after every surfing session with fresh water and allow it to dry inside out. Once the inside is dry, turn the suit back to the right side and allow it to dry.  Use a hanger made out of wire if possible There are products available at your local surf shop if your suit starts to smell.  Never put your wetsuit in the washing machine or dryer, one...

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