We are born from a desire for a healthier planet filled with healthier oceans, cleaner waves and happier people.
Welcome to a place where water-women come together to find beauty, sustainability and performance.
We are a plastic free, palm oil free, toxin free store. By choosing to shop with us you are directly reducing your plastic footprint in our oceans and right across our planet, saying no to deforestation and extinction and saying yes to slower fashion and fair working conditions for all.
“The Hawaiians surfed on wood. The Peruvians surfed on reed. We surf on plastic.” – Veit Juergens
The surf industry is not a green one. Our stoke after a surf hides the fact that the industry is built on plastic and chemicals. Petrochemicals.
Let's talk about the sustainable things happening in the surf industry and simple swaps you can make to “GREEN YOUR SURF.”
As surfers (aka humans) we all know, the ocean has endless benefits. It renews our soul by washing away any bad mood, last weekend’s horrendous hangover and (not so beneficially) the occasional bikini top - but did you also know about the rad health benefits that come with surfing?
For all of 2020 and 2021, we have decided to push ALL our donations towards rebuilding our Australian wildlife and forest after our recent "wild" bushfires.
We will be donating $1 from every single order exclusively where it is needed most. From koala hospitals, to wildlife carers, tree planting programs and important breeding programs for regeneration of species, you can be assured your donation will end up where it is most needed.
Once upon a time the only swimwear that was biodegradable was a crochet cotton bikini. Technology and demand are pushing for change in the way swimwear is manufactured.
Flashback to pre-Covid and to a fabulous night where one hundred women from all corners of the south coast gathered together for a night under the stars to celebrate life, laughter, friendship and women’s surfing. Hosted by Indigo and Salt in conjunction with Sea Together Magazine for the Australian launch of their second issue, the evening was amazing! As Shelly Fitzpatrick filled the air with her beautiful voice and guitar, the huge half moon shone down on us and she smiled.