Surfboards.co.za is the online surf shop for Lifestyle Surf Shop situated on Muizenberg beach front in Cape Town, South Africa.
At our shop, we have surfboard shapers who can shape your new surfboard, longboard or minimal. We also have a huge range of surf gear such as wetsuits, for the cold water on the Atlantic, wax, surf clothing, sunglasses and a massive selection of second hand surfboards for you to choose from.
Ordering a new surfboard from Lifestyle Surf Shop online is ideal for tourists come on a surf trip to South Africa, that way you do not have to worry about damaging your board, loosing your board or paying additional airline costs to transport your surfboard to South Africa.
Lifestyle surf shops employees some of the best surfboard shapers in Cape Town and in South Africa, all you need to do is complete our surfboard online order form with all your details and we will start work on your board right away.
If you are a tourist coming to surf South Africa, come directly from the airport to Lifestyle Surf Shop to get all the surf gear you need for your trip, our shop assistants (who are all surfers) can give you advice and direct you to surf spots around South Africa and best routes to take on your surf trip.
If you live in Cape Town and want to order a surfboard, pop into our shop on the Muizenberg beach front, we are open 7 days a week (our shapers are here Monday to Friday) and we can help you spec out your new board.
Being on the beach front we have a view of the waves at Muizenberg, which is a great place to get your first surf in - the conditions are mellow and the water is fairly warm.
Located close to our shop are several backpackers and surfpackers, and we can point you in the direction of others like the Chill and Surf Backpackers which is close to Kommetjie (the main surfing area in Cape Town), or to a backpackers or guest house in famous Jeffery's Bay.
While on a surf trip in South Africa, you can also book your self into one of the many safari's, turning your surf trip into a surfing safari and check out some of the wildlife Africa has to offer.
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