Having Fun Shouldn’t Hurt the Planet — These Are the Best Eco-Friendly Surf Products
We all love going to the beach and enjoying all that the ocean has to offer, but have we been thinking about what we can offer her in return? Pollution levels are at an all-time high and the reefs are disappearing. How can we help as eager beachgoers? Being a swimmer, surfer, or bodyboarder means we all use a lot of materials to do what we love, like driving to the next wave, using harmful sunscreen, and leaving trash on the beach. If you haven’t participated in a beach cleanup, check out your local neighborhood website and see when the next one is! It’s a foolproof way to get involved. But there are plenty of other solutions to help out mother nature, like using organic sunscreen, recycled towels and wetsuits, ethically sourced board bags, and the best eco-friendly surf products.
Check out the different ways you can help clean up the beach and make the planet a more beautiful place with these eco-friendly surf products that will last a lot longer than anything else you’ll buy.
5. Sawyer Water Filter
If you’re traveling and don’t want to keep buying plastic water bottles, having a water filter on hand is extremely useful. Even if you’ve packed two of your favorite Hydro Flasks, you still need to put water in them and that’s where the Sawyer comes in. Find water anywhere and make it clean and pure with a mini filter while out exploring on your surf trip. It’ll quickly become your favorite travel item.
Explore the complete list of Eco-Friendly Surf Products written by Camille Hove here.
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