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  1. #11
    Here in Belmar we just walk to D'Jais in our wetsuit right after our sesh and have girls twerk us until our suit is all dry.
    Careful though, the VD here will pass through a 6/5/4 if you're not careful

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by KookieMonster View Post
    Whats a belmar?
    the new pipeline, you better bring a piece to the line up because its such a good wave people are shooting each other over it

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by KookieMonster View Post
    Whats a belmar?
    Seriously? You never heard??? its the best and biggest break on the entire east coast, hands down! Check out all the surf mags- they continually talk about it!

    As far as drying your suit- Djais is a great option... you can get lunch there too... plus there is a dunkin donuts... its usually warmer in Belmar, NJ so it drys rather quickly..

  4. #14
    Are lineups crowded? Any surf camps nearby? I need a vacation.

  5. #15
    Well since its one of the only reef breaks in jersey it does get rather crowded, supposedly JJF will be there for sundays swell

  6. #16
    I hear that there is no parking in belmar now as all the pro photographers are there to get the years most insane barrel shots.

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    Maybe I'll bring an extra ski and we could provide a shuttle service of sorts.

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    I'm curious if Don is selling more gear as a result of this never ending Belmar hype.

  9. #19
    Rumor has it that next years pipeline pro will be held in belmar.... if its not too big at the time.... which it will be.

  10. #instadrysuitsinbelmar.... no need to dry them, they never really get wet