SUP is a fun and exciting water sport, but it comes with its own set of safety considerations. Wearing a PFD, learning the basics, checking the weather conditions, wearing appropriate clothing, being aware of your surroundings, and bringing the necessary equipment are essential for SUP safety.
We only have one Planet
As a business that loves the outdoors, we are committed to reducing our environmental impact. The good news is that there are things Honu is doing now to help improve our planet. We have committed to: 1) producing less plastic; 2) consuming & wasting less plastic; and 3) minimising carbon emissions in our supply chain. Read more about each of these initiatives...
Honu Sorrento: "One of the stiffest boards we have ever used!
We were so busy in the lead up to Christmas that we did not see the release of the SUP Boarder Mag review of the 2022 Sorrento.
We knew we had designed something very special.
We thought it had the potential to be considered an industry benchmark
We were waiting nervously to hear what the SUP Boarder crew thought....
No Planet B: How Honu is reducing plastic landfill
While we know it’s difficult to think about environmental disaster in the midst of a global pandemic, the good news is that there are things we can start doing now to address issues created by plastic landfill. At Honu, our approach to minimising plastic waste is to try to reduce unnecessary plastic packaging and to ensure the products we have that do use plastic are made to be as long-lasting as possible.
We support the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network
Honu is proud to be a supporter of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth-led climate network. They are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Their vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy.
Easy Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact at the Beach
If there's one thing Aussie's love, it's spending time at the beach. However, so many people going to the beach can present numerous hazards for the ocean and marine life. It is critical that we all take steps to minimise our impact when we head out to surf, paddle-board, swim or just relax in the sand.