Stable custom waveski's - common beginner misconceptions

Stable macski waveskiStable vs. high performance macski waveski

The great thing about a custom waveski is that it really is just that, fully custom. Waveski surfers that are new to the sport think that a custom waveski refers to a high performance waveski. What a custom shaped waveski does mean is that board will be either hand or CNC shaped out of EPS foam and then masterfully glassed and finished off with epoxy resins. Custom also means that we are able to shape a waveski of any shape or size for any rider of any ability. After many years of making waveski's we have learned which boards will work best for which riders. As a result customers from around the world are able to order a new custom waveski without even ever coming anywhere near the factory in Durban, South Africa.

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SA Open Waveski Champs 2016

Chris Jones from Cape Town was crowned the 2016 SA open waveski champion in East London over this past weekend.


MASSIVE swell and waves greeted the contested that arrived in East London on the Thursday before the competition. The SA open is a contest with no age group categories where both young and old are all grouped together to compete for national honours.
By the time the contest started on Saturday morning although wave size had dropped off substantially the sea still looked big and angry.


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The most valuable surfing tip I ever received.

After almost a lifetime of riding on oversized pop out waveski's without fins on foamy waves my transition to a custom waveski was not as graceful as it should have been.

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Sometimes you get then and sometimes you don't. It is with a tired body that I write this post. Who would ever have thought there is such a thing as too many waves.

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