Steamer Lane

Steamer Lane has been one of the main testing grounds for Hotline Wetsuits from day one. World class waves, combined with freezing water temperatures year-round, make The Lane perfect for developing the warmest wetsuits available.

The point is the farthest peak out and is usually where the experienced surfers go.  The Point is a good right break (some lefts usually at low tide).  The Point gets hollow sometimes, but is generally considered a long wall that brings you to the next peak called The Slot.

The Slot is the right peak directly in between The Point and The Peak.  The Slot is usually where the grommets and non-locals surf when the waves are bigger at The Point and Middle Peak.  The Slot is a peak that lets you pick up the leftovers from The Point and gives you a good ramp into Middle Peak.
Middle Peak has a fast left and a right that usually is somewhat of a burger until you get into Indicator's long walls.  You'll find goofy footers and longboarders going right for the most part.  When Middle Peak is good (when the waves are up), it and Indicators are probably the most crowded peaks at The Lane.  When The Lane gets really big, Middle Peak's lefts are usually bigger and better than the other peaks.
Indicators is the last peak that is considered part of The Lane.  It is a right point break where the more inexperienced surfers can be found.  However, a lot of times you'll find that surfers from Middle Peak and sometimes even The Slot can make it all the way through into Indicator's long walls.

 

Steamer Lane

Steamer Lane has been one of the main testing grounds for Hotline Wetsuits from day one. World class waves, combined with freezing water temperatures year-round, make The Lane perfect for developing the warmest wetsuits available.

The point is the farthest peak out and is usually where the experienced surfers go.  The Point is a good right break (some lefts usually at low tide).  The Point gets hollow sometimes, but is generally considered a long wall that brings you to the next peak called The Slot.

The Slot is the right peak directly in between The Point and The Peak.  The Slot is usually where the grommets and non-locals surf when the waves are bigger at The Point and Middle Peak.  The Slot is a peak that lets you pick up the leftovers from The Point and gives you a good ramp into Middle Peak.
Middle Peak has a fast left and a right that usually is somewhat of a burger until you get into Indicator's long walls.  You'll find goofy footers and longboarders going right for the most part.  When Middle Peak is good (when the waves are up), it and Indicators are probably the most crowded peaks at The Lane.  When The Lane gets really big, Middle Peak's lefts are usually bigger and better than the other peaks.
Indicators is the last peak that is considered part of The Lane.  It is a right point break where the more inexperienced surfers can be found.  However, a lot of times you'll find that surfers from Middle Peak and sometimes even The Slot can make it all the way through into Indicator's long walls.