For the majority of surfers, winter surfing is often seen as an intimidating challenge – the time when sand grains turn into snow. Yet, the cold and rainy season comes with a few bright and interesting appeals. It’s fair to admit that summer is the season of surfing. When you think of surfers and surfboards, you can’t deny the fact that the beach is intrinsically associated with the sun and warm temperatures. However, sunny days are also a synonym for endless flat spells, ankle-high waves, and super crowded lineups. You’ll find hard to encounter happiness when the elements and your fellow soldiers are not on your side.
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5 reasons why winter surfing is good for you