New Surf Travel App and Help Us Plant Trees

New Surf Travel App and Help Us Plant Trees

Plant Trees

Help Us Plant Trees Every Purchase

New Surf Travel App and Help Us Plant Trees

We do have a new iTunes App, something I developed for you for FREE.

You see, I love to make lists—especially before I travel to a foreign country. This little app will help you remember everything you need to take on your next surf trip.

Woohoo—free for me (I mean you).

People say you can’t get anything for free anymore but they are wrong. Here it is. Grab it and leave us a review—we’d be stoked. Or search for Wave Tribe in the App Store on your phone.

Need a place to go?

Try one of these on for size—surf travel articles—Wave Tribe style.

Wait, don’t go yet . . . there is one more thing you should know before you go back to Facebook. Well, you know we have a Heal The Oceans campaign . . . but damn, what about the land?

We wanted to do something for MOTHER TIERRA too, so we just launched a partnership with Trees for The Future,

Wave Tribe will gladly plant a tree in the Brazilian rainforest with each purchase.

We call it: Buy One, Get One Tree.

Let’s review—eco surf products made from hemp and other sustainable materials, an international campaign to help Heal The Oceans, and a commitment to plant trees with every purchase.

Dude, are you kidding me—quit shopping at the mall!

~ Derek, Wave Tribe Founder & Tree Lover-Planter

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Free Surf Trip Checklist PDF

Download this QUICK AND EASY surf trip check list. Packing for your trip is stressful enough. This check list will HELP YOU remember the important things and remove the guess work. Designed by Derek after thousands of surf trips, here are his top three: 1) Ding repair kit - 2) Condoms - 3) Pepto Bismo.

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Derek Dodds

Derek Dodds is founder of the world's first ecological surf company Wave Tribe, surfboard shaper, world traveler, author and Mini Simmons enthusiast.

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