SUBMIT your best surf shots from the coming hurricanes for a chance to win a Matuse wetsuit for both rider and photographer ... comp runs till the end of season.
With great waves hitting surf spots all the way from the Caribbean, up the US coast to Canada and even firing back across to Europe we’re well into a hurricane season that is already looking like a winner. Given the NOAA’s continuing prediction for an active season and with not one but two major storms in the Atlantic and one brewing in the Gulf we’re pleased to unveil the top prize for this season’s Hurricane Shoot-Out…
Open to pros enthusiasts alike, grab your camera, snap away at a great hurricane swell and upload them HERE for your chance to win a top of the range Matuse Hoplite wetsuit with all the technology you need to keep warm as winter approaches - plus you get to look slick into the bargain.
We’ll pick our favourite shots from all those submitted by the end of the season and hook you up with those suits.
Click HERE to upload your shots.
N.B. Please include the name of the storm in your description (eg. Hurricane Igor) or tag the photo ‘Hurricane Swell’ once it appears on the site. More info the better.
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