Now that it’s finally available on the web, check out Surfer Mag’s print feature story from last Fall: The Green Wave. It details the rise of more sustainably manufactured surfboards, and the role our Ecoboard Project program has… Read More
The microbes have been busy “munching” up the organic food waste from the Vans Triple Crown into compost for growing more veggies on Oahu’s North Shore – and we’ve been busy “crunching” the numbers to evaluate the performance… Read More
The 2014 Surfer Poll has recognized our efforts to transform surf culture to protect the ocean playground.
Check out the video with Dane Gudauskas as he explores the sustainability aspects of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. You can also read more about the sustainability initiatives at the Vans Triple Crown.
We are honored to be this year’s winner of the Agent of Change award from the 44th Annual Surfer Poll awards. This is like the Oscars of surfing, with long hair and good vibes on Oahu’s sunny North… Read More
The 2014 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing is once again a Deep Blue Surfing Event. Vans and the contest organizers are making the VTCS an “ocean-friendly” event by systematically reducing the environmental and social impacts of running a… Read More
Featuring our ambassador Rob Machado shaping and surfing his new “Machado Creations” Ecoboard made with recycled styrofoam.
Pro surfer Alex Gray recently got his first Ecoboard Project labeled surfboard from Channel Islands Surfboards. He even helped glass the board himself with non-toxic plant-based Super Sap epoxy resin. The blank was made from recycled styrofoam by… Read More
Greg Long presented his story and adventures to a live audience in Hermosa Beach.
Firewire Surfboards has officially made a switch to producing 100% of their boards with Super Sap resin. Their pro team riders will now be riding ecoboards, like Michel Bourez and Sally Fitzgibbons. This has been covered by Surfermag.com:… Read More