If you’re a surfer, you likely ride on a polyurethane or polystyrene core board. It’ll come as no surprise that these boards break. When they do, that polyurethane or polystyrene core ends up in a landfill (a board in two pieces isn’t exactly useful in the water), and thus begins it’s biodegrading. Except that doesn’t really happen, as it’s made from the same stuff that keeps styrofoam cups around for like 500 years. Ocean Green has come up with a nature friendly alternative, making boards with sustainably-sourced Balsa wood cores and hemp or cotton cloth. The finished product is a beautiful wood board, which gracefully draws attention away from your less than beautiful riding skills.