Firewire Slab by Pyzel

We’re hearing rumours that Firewire are to start producing Jon Pyzel’s Slab – one of John John’s fave boards. The Slab will be their second collaboration, with the Pyzalien well into the production stage following rave reviews from Firewire test pilots. With its squashed planshape and generous tail rocker, the Slab isn’t a million miles away from the Pyzalien (both come from Pyzel’s ‘Stubby’ range). Low entry rocker provides instant speed while the curve through the tail allows tight carves […]

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Down The Line’s Current Firewire Demo Fleet

Down The Line Surf Co. is a Firewire Demo Centre, meaning you can try before you buy. But with the models on offer constantly changing, here’s an up to date list of what we’ve got: Call (01736) 757025 for further details / availability Down The Line Surf Co., Market Square Arcade, Hayle, Cornwall, UK, TR27 4EA Share on Facebook

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JS Lowdown

The JS Lowdown was developed towards the end of 2013 by JS and Julian Wilson. The idea was to create a performance shortboard that performs in smaller, junkier waves. The key element to the Lowdown is the volume, which has been stripped in the tail and around the fins – increasing sensitivity on the back foot – and redistributed towards the front of the board, allowing you to really push off the front foot to create drive and generate speed. […]

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Firewire Hashtag # – Coming In Stock Summer 2014

Firewire Hashtag # Good to see Firewire head honcho Nev Hyman back in the shaping bay and producing a great looking all-rounder. The Hashtag is probably best described as a hybrid – but one that will hold it’s own in hollower sections thanks to its fair amount of rocker (relatively speaking) and rounded tail. The Hashtag isn’t a million miles away from the Hellrazor, only with extra volume and slightly less rocker – particularly through the tail. Which obviously lends […]

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After The Storms…

If you’re wondering how the sandbars are at Lushington (Porthtowan), er, they pretty much aren’t! Wave quality is usually detrimentally affected by a storm induced dearth of sand at this time of year, but that’s just ridiculous. And if you’re heading down to Praa Sands, park with caution, as there’s been a spot of bother there too!   Share on Facebook

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