Another take on the longer, deeper, narrower mat, again catching waves in Aus:
This fella’s out on a trial basis. First report came in a few days ago:
“hi matt, yeah got em both, thanks. have only ridden the blue one so far. I think your senior moment has helped create something special. she slides across the flats like a wet bar of soap and hangs in like an old mollusc. having been on a few boats in my time, it seems to have a likeness and some qualities of a catamaran. you could call it a mataraman I suppose. only small gutless waves at the moment, hopefully I can get it in some power before I pass it on. ……….ps I lent no 60 to a mate of mine and the bugger won’t give it back! said it’s the best mat he has ridden. must say I love your work, “
Mc65, a custom built Surfmat, using clear grip and a bleeding dye effect. This beauty is off to Florida.
Mike’s new mat: a little longer, a little deeper, a little narrower, lots more colourful.
A lightweight concave mat sent out to Pete
Somewhere on the west coast of Ireland… The cold keeps most folks away but for those willing to put the time in over the long dark of winter the rewards are there. Many thanks to County Sligo based filmmaker, Fionn Rogers for putting this edit together. Ian Jermyn is riding a lightweight 70/70 build.
Mc 53, a really cool looking mat catching waves off Florida.
Mc 51 is dyed, the grey tone is finely mottled and looks really good.
Mc 50! Off to Tasmania.