WHO WE ARE
Ireland has some of the best surf breaks in the world and some of the best surfers around riding those waves.
Our aim as a Company is to promote surfers, surfing and the outdoor lifestyle in Ireland and to champion it as a world class surfing destination in terms of its waves and culture. We will do this in part through the relationships we have forged and continue to develop within the Surfing Community
Since the beginning we have thought carefully about our choice of products and have brought together some of the finest craftsmen, high end materials and eco products to create our own surfing and outdoor lifestyle product ranges suitable for Atlantic Coastlines.
We wanted to create a range of surfing accessories and outdoor gear that complement the same high end performance and durability we expect from our Surfboards. Performance related and made from quality and ethically sourced materials, our range is also eco-friendly – from production to packaging.
The use of raw materials is at the core of our vision. As well as undertaking research and development into technology and more environmentally friendly methods of production we aim to provide shapers in Ireland with the best raw materials that are currently available.
We will support young Surfers through sponsorship & competitions and are proud that Joshua Karbus is Wild Atlantic Surfboard Company’s youngest team rider. We have many collaborators on this project all of whom bring some amazing talent to the table from photography to manufacturing.
A collective of creative individuals working to promote Irish Surfing and producing high end performance surfboards and related products available worldwide.
To showcase surfing in Ireland and the great outdoors lifestyle available in our country.
To make a positive impact on surfing across Ireland and the Atlantic coastline.
We will deliver a high-quality service and products made with the best materials available to us and where possible will make eco choices in production, packaging, systems and technology.
“When I was told about the project and how the guys wanted to promote Irish Surfing through their platforms and work with them on some shapes I was pretty happy to do so. This is going to be good”