How do you get shacked?
There are two ways of getting shacked: either you backdoor the barrel, slowing down and stalling into it, or dropping straight into the pit. Then, it’s all about enjoying the view and maximizing your tube time.
What is a hollow break?
The hollow part of a breaking wave where there is a gap between the face of the wave and the lip of the wave as it curls over.
What does getting shacked mean?
1. To live together and have sexual relations without being married. 2. To live, room, or stay at a place: I’m shacking up with my cousin till I find a place of my own.
What does Lotus mean in surfing?
LOTUS is our new forecasting model; the successor of LOLA. This new forecast model combines cutting edge prediction technology with NOAA’s Wavewatch III to give you more accurate wind and wave forecasts.
What does glass mean in surfing?
Glassy: When the waves (and general surface of the water) are extremely smooth, not disturbed by wind. Gnarly: Large, difficult, and dangerous (usually applied to waves)
What do surfers call their boards?
Oftentimes the monikers have nothing to do with the shape, but just sound cool, like Bunny Chow, Dumpster Diver, Pyzalien, Padillac, Steps Killer, Pig Dog, Neck Beard and Sub Scorcher, just to name a few. Surfers will always have a knack for making up words and phrases to describe their boards.
What is a surfer girl called?
There is no specific term for a female surfer. You can call a girl who surfs just “surfer”, although, there are terms like gurfer, wahine that are used to refer to a female surfer.
What is a female surfer called?
Wahine – Female surfer. Wave Hog – Someone who catches many waves and doesn’t share with others. Trough – The point of the wave within a cycle where the wave reaches it’s lowest point.
How do surfers say cool?
It’s an exclamation of zeal, also meaning cool or impressive (i.e. “that bottom turn was sick bro”). Stoked: Pronounced like “soaked” but with a “T.” It means pure excitement (i.e. Surfer 1: “how stoked are you to hit the waves today?” Surfer 2: “beyond stoked”).