This wave has captivated the imagination of the surfing community in Ireland for years. Aill na Searrach or “Aileens” was first spotted by photographer Mickey Smith, just off the Cliffs of Moher on the west coast of Ireland. At first it was thought the wave might be impossible to ride, but in 2005 , local Irish surfer John Mc Carthy became the first to do so, and stake his claim in Irish surfing history.
It was Mc Carthy who affectionately named the wave “Aileens” , as a reference to the local legend of “Aill na Searrach” ( leap of the foals ) which takes place at the Cliffs of Moher.
Since 2005, the wave has become world renowned, and regularly attracts some of the biggest names in surfing, to the rugged Irish cliffs.
- Screen-printed by hand on 100% organic cotton, soft feel t-shirt
- These t-shirts have a lovely "airy" feel (breathable) while wearing them, and they are super soft on the skin. An all round comfort is a given
Details and Fit
- Medium Fit
- Designed to shrink to fit. Will lose approximately 1cm with the first wash only
- If you love and wear our recycled tees, then you will notice that these 100% organic cotton tees are about 2cm more ‘snug‘ around the chest area to give a slightly more fitted look
- Love the environment and your garment: Wash at 30° and air dry only
- Colours available: mid heather blue and India ink
- Paul is modelling a size Large