We are thrilled to announce our sponsorship of SurfAid’s Make A Wave surf challenge for 2023.
The Ultimate Surfing Company is now a B Corp Certified Corporation.
Rip Curl, announces its Reconciliation Action Plan to advance reconciliation and strengthen relationships between non-Indigenous Australians and First Nations peoples.
In July 2021, we announced our partnership with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) and committed to using 65% sustainable cotton in Rip Curl products by 2025.
Pablo Gutierrez will lead the European wholesale department, playing an important role in the European markets as coordinator of all wholesale initiatives and the associated growth strategy.
Rip Curl makes epic 30% improvement on 2021 result in the Ethical Fashion Report released by Baptist World Aid.
We not only want to be the Ultimate Surfing Company, creating the world’s best wetsuits, equipment and apparel, but also to be the best we can be for the planet.
Leading Australian surf brand announces international expansion of Rip Curl’s wetsuit recycling program, in partnership with TerraCycle.
Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed devastating floods ravage parts of Northern NSW and Queensland, causing unprecedented damage and disruption to the lives and homes of thousands.
Last month saw Rip Curl’s 21st annual Planet Day take place along the Surf Coast, working with local environmental groups located near our Torquay Head Office to clean up, protect and revegetate beach areas.
The motto, “leave it better than you found it” is a favourite among surfers, reminding every one of us to pick up litter at our local beaches, repair instead of discard, and tread with care wherever The Search takes us.
Rip Curl is stoked to have placed in the top 47% of companies in the 2021 ethical fashion report released by Baptist World Aid.