The Wave Tribe eco leash won the bestnew product of the yearby the dudes atOutdoor Magazine. Comes with a one-year unbreakable warranty, remarkable strength, cutting-edge triple swivel technology and stainless steel hardware.
"This leash holds up in solid swell at Ocean Beach,and it's made from recycled material. Its a keeper."~ Rae, Ocean Beach Charger
You Break It,We Replace It
Doesn't Tangle- Triple Swivel Technology
Take your key -Key Slot
Stays AttachedW/ Superglue Velcro
Not like other surfboard leashes.
It costs us a little more money to produce them with recycled plastic (you think it would be cheaper, but it's not) but we didn't care about the cost because it's our damn planet we are talking about here.
The recycled plastic is used to make the urethane cord in the production process, the technical components are all made from new molds and the combined result is excellent.
Strong Like Bull Eco Leash
We know that leashes aren't super sexy and you don't think much about buying them until you need one and then you likely grab one at the surf shop when you get your wax.
Yea, that's what we used to do also. But then I started thinking about how we could make every product a surfer uses just a little bit earth-friendlier.
That's when we started making leashes with recycled plastic pellets—see the process in the graphic below.
Wave Tribe's Mission
Wave Tribe's mission is to create asymbiotic relationship between mother ocean, planet, and surfing while traveling the planet in search of tasty waves.
In our journey we invite like-minded surfers to envision an ocean that is clean, clear, and plastic free.
Please see ourHeal The Oceanscampaign for more information on how we can work together to create a healthier planet.
Tested & Passed
Here is the deal—you want your leash to stretch at the most critical moments but always come back to you.In this test we pulled tried to pull a van across a parking lot and then watched as the leash came back to it's original length.
Paul said of this leash,
"I can't believe how far this thing stretched, I was surfing double overhead Patoles this year and when I went over the falls I thought for sure it was going to snap. This leash saved my board from the rocks."