Image from: NOAA http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/imagery/carb.html The cold cloud tops, “purple/red/orange” over Cuba is what is left of Erika… We are not expecting any more direct swell from this Storm.. Sunday’s surf was just about it… Continue Reading
Serving South Jersey Surfers Since 1962
Surfers Supplies has been nestled at 31st and Asbury Avenue in Ocean City New Jersey, doing business since 1962. A true South Jersey full service surf shop owned and operated by lifetime committed surfers. Supplies specializes in quality equipment ranging from new & used surfboards, Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUP), skateboards, wet suits and skim boards to surf wear for men, women & children. The knowledgeable, friendly staff take pride in their customer service assuring proper sizing and recommendations for all surfing products sold.
Mick Fanning, before even catching his first wave, sitting on his board waiting for a set, was attacked by a shark, live and in front of the whole internet. “I was just sitting there, I was just about to start moving and I felt something grab and get stuck in my legrope, and I instantly […] Continue Reading
Ma Beck’s Clam Bake Now there are a ton of recipes out there for clam bakes and they may all be similar, however my mom would make this! So yes, it is special as all meals cooked by your mom are prepared with Love. Ingredients: – 50 top neck clams in shell, scrubbed -Old Bay […] Continue Reading
EVO (Evolution) is a new take on the MPH design,utilizing softer features and more outline curve to encourage a smoother transitions and a more ‘in the pocket’ line of attack. A wider central wide point comparative to the Vader, the EVO should be considered favorable to smaller weaker waves, however like most Tomo MPH Designs […] Continue Reading
TIMBERTEK represents a significant step forward towards the holy grail of any product designed and manufactured in today’s environmentally conscious world. While by no means sustainably built, Firewire’s TIMBERTEK has by far one of the least toxic and smallest carbon footprints of any commercially available surfboard today. Continue Reading