Sustainability

Know What You Wear
All of our products have the Earth and the environment in mind. Our wetsuits are made of Yulex® or recycled neoprene, recycled water bottles and water based glues.  We do our best to produce comfortable and durable wetsuits that have a low impact on the environment.
This sustainable material is produced and refined in the United States and is supported by the assessment and issuance of the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certification is conducted by the Rainforest Alliance, who is an FSC® accredited certifying body.
This Earth -loving fabric is also extra gentle on your skin and is quick drying so that you can pack it up and easily take it on the road for your next surf adventure. 
Making Waves
This is for the modern surfer girl. Surf F A R is founded by female surfers in search of the perfect surf suit. Through several round of production and sampling the Yulex® Spring Suit was created. Each aspect of design is carefully thought out you with you, a fellow sister of the sea, in mind.  
During manufacturing each suit is analyzed to ensure proper production and water resistance. The high cut cheeky bottom is flattering while still staying in place ensuring a wedgie free ride. In the front of the suit the "V" shape offers a positive and comfortable cut for all female body types.  All suits are composed of water-based glue and flat-lock stitching to ensure quality and lifespan in the water. The lengthy zipper across the back offers an opportunity to unzip in warmer waters while the Velcro® across the top keeps everything in place. 
Clean It Up 
As a company SURF F A R believes it is important to give back to the community and the planet. Their favorite way to do this is by cleaning up the beaches. Whether it is with the Women's Surf Film Festival or on their own time the founders and employees take several mornings throughout the year to walk the beach and clean up where they can. "We don't need a handful of people being perfectly sustainable, we need millions of people doing it imperfectly."

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