The Sniper model is Webster Surfboards high performance shortboard design. Currently the favoured go to board for my team riders and customers all around Australia. In this clip Zac Wightman is riding his trusty 5’10 x 18 3/8 x 2 1/4 @26.2L.
If you have dings and damage to your surfboards big or small that need fixed, Webster Surfboards now offers a full range of repairs in polyester and epoxy resins.
From Shortboards to SUP’s, we cover a range of fin box repairs, creases, snaps, cracks and patch jobs. Dingo Dom is on the job with over 10 years experience and will treat your board better than you do. Dom is contactable directly on 0435 895 509 for quotes.
Webster Surfboards now have models available in the EPS / Epoxy construction. We have been developing these technologies with the help of our team riders with amazing feedback. All of the team are now riding the EPS boards in their small wave and fish models, with the positive characteristics of added flex, responsiveness and reduced weight the main bonus.
Presently we are offering the EPS / ply stringer, EPS / stringer less ply with a replaced high desity EPS core foam stringer. We will also be researching and developing the use of the EPS / Epoxy construction in the step-up and gun models.
More to come throughout the year.
Welcome to 2017 crew.
That’s me back in the bay after another visit to the Hawaiian islands with a bunch of new ideas and concepts to progress Webster Surfboards. During my stay in Hawaii, I was lucky enough to get two mid-size swells and ride a few waves at Waimea Bay, one of the most amazing and beautiful line-ups in the World.
This season in Hawaii saw an all-round increase in board volumes in big wave boards. Surfers are more than ever embracing the increase in foam and ability to paddle into larger waves.
This year my focus is to further increase the volumes of my step-up and gun range with flattened, double-concaved decks. I have previously introduced the Magneto Deck idea into my fish boards with great results.
Stay tuned with more info to come soon.
What an amazing event at the RipCurl GromSearch National Final for the Webster Team. Nyxie Ryan is now a 2 time winner taking out the U/14 Girls. Jack Obrien and Dembe Ryan finished 2nd & 3rd respectively in the U/12 boys. The event also shows how strong the LE-BA Club is at the moment with Jai Lindeman grabbing 1st and Harry Obrien also getting a strong result in the U/12 boys.
The future is looking bright.
Congrats to Nyxie Ryan for finishing 2nd place in the u/14 division at the SkullCandy Oz Grom Open at Lennox Head. Nyxie won all here heats leading up to the final and came a close second to the winner Zahli Kelly.Well done Nyxie.
Thanks to the BoardThought guys for the Featured Shaper interview. Check out their website to see genuine feedback from surfers on how there boards are performing for them. boardthought.com
Webster Napalm Video
This Napalm model footage is from the Indo 2015 season, featuring Kanduis Resort surf guide, Nate Behl, doing his thing. This particular swell was named “The Swell of the Century“ and is possibly some of the most amazing waves ever to hit the Mentawai shores in recent times. Nate is riding a 6’4 x 18 1/2 x 2 5/16 @ 29.5L. It’s not hard to see why the Napalm model has become a favorite for Nate as his go-to Step-Up board. This is simply as good as it gets. Footage and Edit by Justis St.John at FTRFILMS.com
Congratulations to Zac Wightman on another amazing competition result. He finished in 2nd place at the WSL sanctioned Margaret River leg of the Subway Junior Series and gained 750 valuable points towards qualifying to the World Junior Titles in January. Zac’s other results in the series come in as a 7th place at Avoca Beach and a 17th on the Gold Coast which currently ranks him 5th overall. Love ya work Zac! Pic courtesy of Surfing Australia
Alex Martins testing out his 9’6 x 21 x 3 1/2 Black Hula model on a warm up day at Mavericks. Alex has an invite into the Titans of Mavericks Event and with the El Nino starting to warm up there should be some more exciting swells to come. Pic by Powerlines Productions