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"The perfect women’s cut, stretchy and made of sustainable materials! I love my project blank suits"
— Tully White
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"In Kamchatka we were spending hours in the 2 degree water - so we really needed something that'd keep us toastie. The custom PB suits kept us warm in those harsh conditions."
— SPENCER FROST, CORNERS OF THE EARTH
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"When its -10C air temperature and 1-2C in the water you need some serious gear to get you through those sessions.
The Project Blank suits were incredible and allowed us to be in the water for 1-2 hours in those conditions... pretty wild"
— GUY WILLIMENT, CORNERS OF THE EARTH
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"Duck diving was just the gnarliest brain freeze you’d ever have – we were really lucky we had good gear."
— FRASER DOVELL, CORNERS OF THE EARTH
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"The best fitting suits I’ve come across, as well as being eco friendly. Makes you happy to be wearing such good quality gear."
— LETTY MORTENSEN
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"Fits like a glove and still has so much stretch – dream combo."
— EDDY HAMATY
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"Life at dawn gets chilly, this wetty balances warmth with function. It's epic value!"
— SPROUT DAILY
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"No nonsense, eco-minded, sleek, durable & comfortable. Ticks all the boxes."
— STACE GALBRAITH, STAB

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Corners of the Earth

BTS – COTE Kamchatka

Early November the phone rings, it's our friends film maker Spencer Frost & photographer Guy Williment. They tell us, Russia is calling.

"February / March gets the most east coast swell historically, that's our best chance. Letty & Fraser are in, Anton is ready and waiting in Russia - can we make it happen this season?"

Here is a behind the scenes look with the Project Blank team and Corners of the Earth crew at the wetsuit testing and making.

LETTY MORTENSEN

Alternative Performance – Episode II

Post his Russia adventure, the past 12 months have been huge for Letty.  Touring with the award-winning Corners of the Earth film, chasing swells in Indo, publisher trips to USA, team trips to Mexico, filming parts in WA all mixed in with strike missions down the east coast of Australia over winter.In between all these commitments, Letty has worked with us on improving the fit & construction of our wetsuits. With his explosive style of surfing, his feedback was focused on improving flexibility and comfort whilst still using alternative materials.

YULEX FREEDOM NATURAL WETSUITS

Alternative Performance – Episode I

With a bump in swell coming to the east coast Tully & Eddy thought it was a perfect opportunity to grab the twinnys, pack up the van and head north to one of our favourite little zones for a weekend away putting the new YULEX FREEDOM NATURAL wetsuit collection through its paces.

These wetsuits are constructed using alternative materials like our Yulex renewable, plant-based foam & recycled jerseys blended with spandex focusing on comfort and performance for summer.

Kale Brock – Talking Wetsuits

Wetsuits in 2023 reflect decades of industry research and development - but how far have we come with sustainability? In this video Kale Brock from the Surfer's Roadmap tests our Yulex plant based wetsuit and runs it against a limestone suit. Is there going to be a difference?

SUSTAINABILITY

Our Mindset

As surfers we demand high quality products, that are ethically produced without compromising on functionality or performance. We acknowledge that as an industry, we have a long way to go to be completely sustainable. No brand is perfect, no solution is absolute. Our passion lies in the constant pursuit of progress, innovation and positive change.

Caring for the planet with every wave

From product design, chosen materials and manufacturing methods to our packaging, delivery and partnerships, sustainability is at the heart of what we do.