Do you shred so bad (or good) you bust your stick?
And whether it’s an ECOBOARD or not, don’t just stick in the trash can, because we teamed up with our pals at The Inertia to show ways to keep your old board out of the garbage heap. Whether it’s turned into art like Walter Blair Tom does, or into another surf craft by Enjoy Handplanes – there are plenty of creative ways to put some life back into your busted shred stick.
The Inertia talks with Sustainable Surf’s Brett Giddings about how to make your next sled more sustainable.
NEWS FLASH! ECOBOARDS are surfing the airwaves in SoCal, as KTLA 5 News follows our ambassador Rob Machado to explore what’s on his mind, and what’s under his feet…
Guess what… after so many pros were riding ECOBOARDS at Lowers during the 2016 Hurley Pro, Surfline ran this great feature exploring surfboard sustainability, who’s building ECOBOARDS and what materials they’re using. The important role of the ECOBOARD Project as an independent… Read More
Sustainable Surf’s Kevin Whilden talks Slater, ocean acidification, Gold Level ECOBOARDS and why it’s important to be kind to Mother Nature. Surfboards built with more sustainable materials work just as well as boards built from 1950s petrochemical technology. Based… Read More
Big news today folks! Check out our latest press release announcing the next level changes to the ECOBOARD Project. (September 6th, 2016) Non-profit Sustainable Surf announces the next evolution of the ECOBOARD Project, which is the first independent consumer-facing… Read More