The SKX is Stuey Kennedy's go to all-round shortboard for the 2017 season and it’s coming.
The SKX features a compact outline with an even volume distribution and rocker that hints slightly to the lower end of the general wave spectrum. Combined with the Trademark @tomo_surfboards (QISC) ‘Quad-Inside-Single-Concave’, the SKX has instant ‘get up and go’ and incredible responsiveness thatcompliments a dynamic wave attack.
We wanted to make sure you had access to our assets so you could help spread the word.
Here is a link to our assets, inside this folder you'll find board images as well as social media images please feel free to use as you please.
We're asking that everyone use the image above to announce that the board is coming. Here is a link to the image.
Thank you for your continued support!
Small and Glassy
Moments before suiting up for a 7'10 Seaxe session.
The Seaxe is still the call on small glassy days when you want to turn, but don't want to walk the nose.
No Logos = Flat or Really Bad. Pretty much unrideable! A good time to get other things done.
1 Logo = Rideable but not good form. Might not be worth the time or effort but there could be a few okay waves.
2 Logos = Could be fun. Rideable and a few okay waves to be ridden.
3 Logos = Fun! Better than the average day. Worth paddling out depending on the surface conditions.
4 Logos = Really fun. Paddle out if you can. One of the better days of the year.
5 Logos = Rare Epic or All Time conditions. Quitting work or skipping school is an option but not encouraged. Why are you still reading the report! Paddle out now!
Please read the report description for a better explanation of all factors regarding the waves. We report conditions in "A moment in time" and conditions can change right after the report or between reports. Don't kill the messenger. Email Mother Nature for changing the conditions if you miss it. Thanks for checking WBlivesurf.com. The only report in town that checks the surf 4 times daily with our feet in the sand during rain, sleet, snow, or shine.