On a 4’6” Speed Square, Dave Rastovich finds refuge from the scorching sun of the Bay of Bengal. NATHAN OLDFIELD
Deep Water
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Dave Rastovich at one of our source factories in Katunayake, Sri Lanka. JARRAH LYNCH
Gerry Lopez Collection
Gerry Lopez at Pipeline in the winter of 1980. JEFF DIVINE
Gerry Lopez Collection

“My use of camouflage on surfboards started from a functional need. In the early days at G-Land, the glare off our boards was searing our eyes. So we started painting the decks and used leaves and palm fronds as patterns. From there it evolved into an art form, but each pattern I chose from a board came from something I’d seen on airplanes, tanks or ships.

This one—the second in a series of limited edition prints—comes from a Leopard tank. It’s a particularly effective scheme that breaks up an outline and makes it more difficult to discern—a tactic that underlines the true purpose of camouflage design.” - GERRY LOPEZ

After patiently waiting for the winds to determine the moment of departure, Hokule‘a leaves Honolulu for Hilo and the first leg of the Worldwide Voyage. JOHN BILDERBACK
FISHPEOPLE
FISHPEOPLE

A Film About Lives Transformed by the Sea

Wearing an aquatic beard of wisdom earned from countless days in the sea, Dave Rastovich comes up for air at Teahupo’o, Tahiti. DONNIE HEDDEN
Belinda Baggs eyes the next section at a shallow reef break in eastern Indonesia. TOMMY SCHULTZ
Dan Ross pumps through a cask of France’s finest at La Graviere. AL MACKINNON
Deep Water
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Our natural rubber is sourced from plantations that are Forest Stewardship Council® certified by the Rainforest Alliance. It’s helping us craft a cleaner future for the surf industry—a future based on renewable materials instead of conventional, nonrenewable neoprene. TIM DAVIS

We grow our own.