Notox Surfboards have the Eco Answer
We have to praise and embrace the eco and sustainable movement that’s happening all around us, how ever weird and bizarre, even the concepts that look unusual to what we might be accustomed to. This is especially true within the surfing industry and in particular the materials used to make surfboards, which are highly toxic and mostly non-recyclable. Let’s take a leap of faith, let’s try something different and help nurse Mother Earth back to health.
Lou and NOTOX on Daily mail Australia
There are times when life throws you a major curve ball – one that could flatten you or, if you’re lucky, set you on an entirely new path.
A Notox Green One – Tested
For those of you who know me, the mere mention of an Epoxy board is enough to get me rolling my eyes in disgust, and usually followed by some diatribe about them being kook machines, who’s ever won a world title on one?*, they’re a bitch to fix etc etc. I’ve ridden epoxy boards. Twice in fact, and they’ve hit me in the face on both occasions. And I’ve done one good turn on them, so that’s that to be honest.
Lou and her Eco Surf Supplies
There is a lot to be said for determination. If more of us had it, the world might be a different place, maybe not better, but definitely different. In reality, about 1.8% (exact figure) of the global population has the personal make-up to meet the Surf Bunker definition of ‘determined’. Just so we are clear, this is the Oxford English Dictionary’s definition :