- JP Australia
- Magic Marine
- PSP Marine tapes
- RED Paddle
- Severne Sails
- Sex Wax
- Simmer Style
- XO sails
You can windsurf in many ways; in the waves, with a GPS, with your kids, cruising, freestyle, competitions etc. This low impact form of watersport offers hours of pleasure on the water. It seems that windsurfing is even coming back into popularity. Often you see more and more classic ‘’returners’’ finding their way back to the surfshop. Men and women who stopped windsurfing years ago are picking up the thread again. Years ago they were using Kleppers, Windgliders, Tencate or Mistral.
Now they want to relive windsurfing, with or without their children.
Already for years Telstarsurf is one of the most important surfshops in Holland. You can find top windsurfing brands such as JP, Fanatic, North, Neilpryde, Tabou, Gaastra, Starboard, Severne, Loftsails, KA Sails, etc in a pleasant atmosphere. Amongst the large range of surf equipment, expert sales people can advise you on just about all questions about windsurfing that you can think of. All of the staff in the surfshop speak a reasonable to good level of Englisch.
The surfshop on Horst Beach on the A-28 is open 7 days a week in the high season. The online surfshop offers the largest range of surf gear in Holland, 24/7. The items in the online shop are in principle in stock, unless it is stated that it takes more time to supply.
Jason Polakow was one of the most radical windsurfers there has been. On Jaws, big movies have been made in the most biggest waves in the world.Jason Polakow was given the opportunity by his sponsor F2 to develop his own board line. These windsurfboards became very popular and were almost impossible to get. Jason left F2 for a moment with the aim of producing his own brand. Since then, JP-Australia has been one of the most popular windsurfing brands to date and is part of the large Prydegroup.
Characteristic of all JP boards is that they are relatively easy to sail, while there is an unprecedented performance. This is partly due to Werner Gnigler, who was also a successful shaper of F2 boards for many years.