Our boards and clothing are Built To Last, thus you will need to buy less in your lifetime. This is less profitable in the short term, but is good for everyone in the long term. Buy less , Surf more. This is good for the planet and future generations.
SKIN:100% Hemp fiber. Stronger and better flex than fiber glass. Available in naturally bleached fibers. Sustainable and non -toxic.
RESIN: Epoxy resin and Bio resin used. Artistic pigmented designs available also.
CORE: EPS Standard. Eco Options available: Biofoam: A true bio based product from renewable agricultural resources. Life cycle analysis indicates 30% less global warming emissions, 61% reduction in energy use, and a 23% reduction in total energy demand. Tan colored core.
ICE 9: Surgar cand based core also available. White color core.
In an age of mass consumption, United Surfers stands as a hopeful vision of what is possible when we view ourselves as citizens instead of consumers. We are focused on a single goal: to focus on cooperation and community instead of competition and profits.
We understand that making a lasting product decreases the burden on our eco systems. Our team is absolutely determined to help lay a foundation for a better more sustainable future for our children, grandchildren, and beyond.
A return to natural resources is a return to community based economies, non-toxic, biodegradable products, closed loop carbon cycles, and a brighter tomorrow.
The Scrambler: 9 ft to 10 ft x 21 1/2 in x 2 1/2 in
This board is for those about to rock. You will get more waves than anybody else in the line up. THis one will get you eggscited.
Hemp Pro: 5.5 to 6.5 ft x 20 in x 2 1/2 in
The stardard thruster shortboard still remains the top choice for fast, progressive surfing. Radical surfers, tend to ride their boards with as little volume as possible without becoming too small. This allows the surfer to have quick response and control of the board in all situations. The shortboards are best for all conditions from double overhead down to double over ankle.
Classic Funboard: 7 ft 8 in x 22 in x 3.25 in
Single-fin or thruster optional. This is a great summertime board for people looking to catch waves and enjoy the ocean. Beginner to advanced surfers - either way this Board is fun, hence the term “funshape”.
Retro Single Fin: 6 ft 6 in x 18 in x 2 3/8 in
This 70’s style single fin with a modern rocker is extremely versatile. No matter what the conditions are like, you can be flying down the line. On this board dodging the draft and all other responsibilities like a true Revolutionary!
Kaimanu Surf Trip: 6 ft 5 in x 18 3/8 in x 2 3/8 in
This is the board you want when the waves are “all-time”, unless you have “all-timers”, then this is the board you want for everyday spitting tubes. This board I ride: 6’5”x 18 3/8”x 2 3/8” or so and wouldn’t mind having 5 or 6 of these all with slightly different dimensions. “Did you see that one? It’s going off out there!!” Chad Jackson Shaper - Team Rider
High Wave: 8 ft to 10 ft x 18 in x 2 1/2 in
Hawaiian-style gun for big days at the best breaks. This design can be modified greatly to match your size and preference, how big do you want to go?
Big Kahuna: 9 ft 2 in x 21 in x 3 in
This board is for catching waves on any day from intermediate riders and beginners just riding the ankle slappers.You can literally be the “king of the knee-high.” For more progressive nose riding and turning consider taking out some thickness and width, and give it an optional thruster setup.
5’ 10” long x 22 1/4
wide x 2 5/8 thick &
6’ 7” long x 22 1/2 wide x 2 5/8 thick
Fishes work great in a variety of conditions, fast and flowy having the paddling power of a bigger board while surfing like a shortboard. The twin fin setup with a wide swallow tail surfs very down the line and somewhat stable. For a more progressive fish consider single or double wings enabling tighter turns and more top to bottom flow. Typical dimensions are 4-6 inches shorter than your thruster and with a small trailer fin plug. Check out the Kaimanu disco biscuit coming soon. You can also order this with an smaller and more progressive tail.
Chad Jackson in Central California
Big Mikey likey
Richard Cedano at our home base
Built To Last
Jose "Jarita" Gomez
Memorial Circle in Hawaii
Shared by Jose "Jarita"Gomez while in the North Shore Hawaii
Richard Cedano and Caesar Surf Dog
Thanks to Bruddah Les for contributing his great talent to our cause.
Santa Cruz Beauty
Surfers Journal: Our first article about our hemp surfboard project
Featured are Neftali "Nef" Espino, Aaron Carvajal, and Chad Jackson
Surfing Magazine Green issue featuring the hemp suefboards.
Damien Russell's Surf Your Life
Damien Russell contributed to US Hemp Co greatly during his last year of life which he spent sharing his legacy with us. We will cherish the energy he left and continue his message and heartfelt devotion to life.
The Three Amigos
Protype Hemp Board
Our first hemp grassed thruster.
These first hemp grassed boards were built to last using a vacuum bag technique developed by Kevin MacArgal and Aaron Carvajal.
Hemp surfboard tail with Hemp leash and rasta stripes.
Carilli Art on Hemp Board
Many of our boards went eco all the way by incorporating wooden fins of redwood and other wood types. This board was made this last year in Hawaii by John Carilli.
Aaron with First Hemp Board
The first hemp grassed surfboard we made.
This board was a collaboration of skill and efforts of Kevin MacArgal, Amy Hoppin, and Aaron Carvajal
2 Tone hemp board
US Hemp Surfboards
Big Kahuna natural hemp long board
Bleached Hemp Suefboard
Hemp Art Board by Carilli
John Carilli Art Hemp Board - Hawaii 2011
Richard Cedano finishing a fish tail.
Hemp T shirt and 100% Hemp Freedom Hat
Hemp T shirts and caps
Tell The Children The Truth Mural
This was on our home page for quite a while as we launched United Surfers and the Hemp Surfboards.