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RE: surfing spain on Feb« Reply #1 on: September 26 2010 14:09:00 »
water is really cold, around 12°.
You want to rent or buy ?
You probably go through San sebastian or Biarritz.
RE: to pj« Reply #2 on: September 27 2010 05:09:00 »
depending on price maybe i can buy then sale of something
ill probably look for something btw 6"0- 6"6 i think but depends on size and wave.
i have a 4/3 suit do u think its gonna work?if not then im looking for a wet suit as well
im gonna be traveling with another friend we land in madrid and take a car so will try to surf France as well
do u know anyone or any shop that u can recommend? any other tips?
RE: surfing spain on Feb« Reply #3 on: September 27 2010 10:09:00 »
Unless you are from Scotland and used to cold water, I think 4/3 is a little too thin, most people wear gloves and head cover.
Buying a board in Mundaka with the idea of selling it back won't be easy as many shops are closed and activity is very low. Better take your chance in Biarritz but same, no problem to buy, more difficult to sell it back.
What is your budget for the board ? below 300-350 Euros you'll get not really good boards except if you can ride a 6', 18' that are more difficult to sell.
RE: to pj« Reply #4 on: September 27 2010 13:09:00 »
was thinking about spending 200eu on a used board and then maybe rent a suit or buy hood and gloves and surf with the 4/3
trying to keep the price low:-)
anyway i agree that to go to biarritz is a good idea just dont wanna spend lots of time on it so if u know anyone or anything in the area that sales aboard it will be great help
thanks a lot