Black Friday Weekend SALE…!

Black Friday Weekend SALE…!

 

Our Annual Black Friday Sale is happening this weekend..

Friday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday/Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Remember a portion of our Weekend Sales will be going towards FCA’s two week Surf Camp for Inner City Kids….
Share the stoke…

 

~ SS

Nov 17th Coastal Low

Nov 17th Coastal Low

So, we have a potential Coastal Storm setting up for the late weekend/early next week, Nov. 17th-19th.  Both models agree as of Wednesday the 13th that the Storm will stay out to sea as it intensifies…  So, most of the energy and precipitation will hopefully hang out over the ocean.  In any event, we will see solid SURF for more than one day and potentially good conditions for two days..

Ocean Temp:  52

Saturday surf builds with a steady NE wind ripping down the beach…

Sunday, the surf comes up a bit more with 5′-7′ waves expected and continued NE winds as the storm begins to deepen off the coast…

Monday, the storm begins to weaken as it moves further off out to sea.. Plenty of swell will continue to hit area beaches and Local winds could be North… High Tide: is around 11:10 AM.

Tuesday, we should see continued E swell with wave heights in the 5′-6’+ range with a light NE wind expected…

Wednesday, E swell fades a bit but still fun waves expected with surf forecast to be in the 2′-4′ range with light NW winds possible.

2019 St. Paddy’s Stoke

2019 St. Paddy’s Stoke

Our 2019 Finely Crafted St. Paddy’s Stoke T is now available for purchase on line or in the shop.. Also comes in a Long Sleeve and in a Ladies cut..

Ladies 1/4 zip Saranac

Ladies 1/4 zip Saranac

Introducing Surfers Supplies Ladies Saranac. This silhouette is made with a new sweater-knit fleece with light brushing for inside softness and an extra look and feel. The Surfers Supplies Patch stitched to the left chest as shown.. Available for purchase at our online store.!

Winter Storm Harper

Winter Storm Harper

Image above is the GFS run through Sunday midday.. You can see most of the moisture will be in the form of rain for our local area… The winds should still be from the SSW.
The image above is for Sunday afternoon… you can see the color change to purple/light blue for our local area.. Colder NW winds will be moving in… Conditions during Sunday afternoon have the POTENTIAL for improving.. Low Tide Sunday is at 1:00pm
Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat

Over the upcoming weekend an area of Low Pressure marked with an X could develop into a Tropical/Sub-Tropical storm… Early forecasts show longer period swell, in the 2′-4′ zone arriving Oct. 30th/31st… Not expecting a huge swell event, but worth keeping an eye on…

Pre-Halloween Treat

Pre-Halloween Treat

Building surf is on Tap late Friday into Saturday morning as Low Pressure moves up through the SE sates…

Heavy onshore winds and rain will start the day Saturday with building 4′-6′ surf..  The rain should subside late Saturday with improving winds SW, possible..

Sunday is looking very nice… 4′-6′ surf with WNW winds forecast.

More details on the forecast tab..

 

Boards of the week

Boards of the week

Board of the Week:
On Special… Oct. 25th – Nov 1st  $629.00
@cisurfboards Rocket 9
— 5’6 x 18.75 x 2.4 Volume: 25.0L
— 6’0 x 20.25 x 2.8 Volume: 34.0L
Retail: $809 Sale: $629
Fusion Dual-Core utilizes the lightest and strongest EPS core on the market to create a lively and buoyant center, while the PU foam inserts on the rails combined with the pop-flex stingers give you and natural feel and response. FCSII thruster set-up, fins not included

Tropical Storm Florence

Tropical Storm Florence

Tropical Storm Florence has formed well off the coast of Africa.  The 5 day track of the storm has it spinning through the middle of the Atlantic.  Early forecasts show swell from this storm arriving sometime next weekend..  Also arriving next weekend will be a frontal boundary.. This will provide short period ENE wind swell for our region. with wave heights in the 3′-5′ range.  Under the NE local wind swell we will begin to see linger period swell from Florence.  As we head into early next week, September 10th,11th,12th we will see more off the longer period swell and less local wind swell…

 

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