The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag
The Will Helm Surf Board Bag

The Will Helm Surf Board Bag

Regular price $80.00 Sale

These surfboard covers are made from reused vinyl that is strong and very durable; it is designed for withstanding all weather types: from strong sunlight to wet weather, wind, and rain. We source this material from advertising billboards and advertising signs that would otherwise be made into landfills, therefore prolonging the life of the material. Each one of these board bags is hand made, and have a completely unique, one-off artwork design; with different colours and patterns. Jessica and James personly choose the best part of the vinyl displays that will then be cut out and used as the pattern for the board bag. Each bag has its own beautiful, unique, and individual style.

The vinyl is quality checked both when choosing the pattern and after the board bag is made, to ensure the vinyl structural and aesthetic integrity is at our high standards; though as the bags vinyl material is sourced from reused material there may be slight scratches or marks; if this is the case it is very minimal and is hardly noticeable, and will not affect the beauty and functionality of this product.

The body of the board bag is durable reused vinyl. The stitch is high quality recycled polyester Gutterman thread. Each bag sports our iconic logo on the mouth of the bag; the logo patch is white linen style hemp fabric, printed with eco friendly ink from the local legends at Peace Frog, who are located in beautiful Currumbin on the Gold Coast Australia.

All profits from these bags will go towards supporting our "Agápē Youth Movement" program that will launching at the start of 2020. The program is aimed at helping less fortunate children pursue a more positive life through social, sporting and empowering activities. To find out more about this program please visit the Agápē Youth Movement page on our website.