Naturebarrels is an eco-conscious surf brand focused on sharing the joy of surfing and bringing people closer to nature. Our approach is driven by visual art and creative storytelling based around Samson, the Legendary Surfing Sasquatch.
Artist, Founder, Creative Director
Marketing & Community Building
Our commitment to sustainability
As lovers of the ocean and the outdoors, we are committed to protecting our natural world by producing high quality products made with sustainable materials. Our apparel is made utilizing primarily recycled or organic textiles and our artwork is printed on eco-friendly paper sourced from sustainable forests.
We know there is always room for improvement, which is why we are continuously working towards reducing our environmental impact and making nature-friendly products.
Our t-shirts are 100% organic, wich means no artificial fertilizers or chemical pesticides were used in growing the cotton they are made of.
Our Sun Shirts are made with 81% recycled PET, which means a little less plastic waste contaminating our planet.
We use Hahnemühle Bamboo for our art prints, an environmentally-friendly paper made out of 90% bamboo fibers.
The packaging we use is made with 100% recycled content and contains up to 95% post-consumer waste*.
Our contribution to Mother Nature
Since day one we've been commited to donating a portion of our profits to organizations that actively work towards protecting and preserving nature. We chose to partner with CONMAR not only because we share the same values and smiliar missions, but we also share the same roots: the country of Ecuador and a deep love for the ocean and surfing.
Conservación Marina Ecuador, CONMAR EC, is a nonprofit organization working to foster environmental and social responsibility in Ecuadorian coastal communities to help them coexist harmoniously with their surrounding natural resources. Their multi-disciplinary team is devoted not only to preserving marine ecosystems, but also to educating and empowering local communities who's lives depend on the sea.