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The '60s are back - Shane Surfboards

Posted by Sideways on 8th Jul 2021

The '60s are back - Shane Surfboards
Shane Stedman, Australian Surfing’s Greatest Showman.(and once its biggest surfboard manufacturer)Shane Stedman has been bending the rules and people’s ears for more than half of a century. He was born and bred at Crescent Head and the Shane gang has broad appeal to a baby boomer market that goes beyond surfing.During 1969 the Standard Shane 5’5” pop out surfboard was produced, and production of this model alone was 200 per week. This model shape is still current today and many surfers
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Coming soon.."Jay Phillips isn't Dead"

11th Jun 2021

Coming soon.."Jay Phillips isn't Dead"
Jay Phillips is simply one of the most naturally talented surfers to emerge from the surf-crazed town of Coolangatta. Phillips has inspired generations of surfers with his talent and charisma. Now is the time to take that inspiration to the big screen!Our team rider, Jay Phillips, has been super busy lately, he is thrilled about his new film coming up called "Jay Phillips Isn't Dead"Are you excited about your film?"Yes, super excited. My film is complete and our premiere is going to be
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Introducing - Retro Groove Roam Bags

Posted by Sideways on 7th Apr 2021

Introducing - Retro Groove Roam Bags
Introducing an exciting new product at Sideways; our new Retro Groove 'Roam' surfboard bags.The Roam bag is available in two colours, blue and brown. It is available and multiple sizes for shortboards, mini mals and longboards. They are embossed with a luxurious, leather logo. The longboard bag includes a useful fin slot.Fits 1 board comfortably with finsDurable, long-life 3/4 length moulded zipperHeat protective Alloy sideUltra Padded handles with removable shoulder strapHigh-density 5mm c
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Sideways 7 Rule Surf Etiquette

Posted by Sideways on 4th Mar 2021

Sideways 7 Rule Surf Etiquette
Before you get in the ocean, it’s important to understand and notice the correct surf etiquette. These rules are put in place to keep surfers safe, and to respect one another.#1 Don’t drop in, don’t be a snakeKeep your distance in the surf, don’t put yourself and other surfers in danger by surfing right on top of them. Avoid paddling on the inside of another surfer to take off on the wave before they do. Be aware of your surroundings and take notice of who has right of way.#2 Choosing the right
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Essential Tips for Stand Up Paddleboarding

Posted by Sideways on 12th Feb 2021

Essential Tips for Stand Up Paddleboarding
Stand Up paddleboarding is an activity that people of all ages can participate in. Some people do it for fitness reasons, and for some it’s a serious sport. Many have taken it up as a social activity.Regardless of your reason, it’s a great way to get out and enjoy the sunshine.Here’s some of our essential tips for first timers:Centre your feet in the middle of the board, using the handle as a point of reference to place your feet either side.Keep a slight bend in your knees to keep your core cen
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