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We’re proud to introduce the Slowtide board bag series. These bags are made with durable 100% cotton canvas, lined with a nylon deck liner & paired with select Slowtide towels. Each bag is made to order and takes about 3-4 weeks to ship. The bags come in multiple styles and sizes ranging from 5’6- 10’0 and are available for a limited time on Green-Fuz.com and at Icons of Surf.
*Lifestyle photos by Victoria Smith.
This bag incorporates the Dahlia towel into our Cell Block design, we paired it with natural canvas on the top & used black & natural canvas for the bottom. The deck of the bag is lined with nylon liner, comes with a polyester draw cord & Green Fuz patch.Shop Dahlia
For this bag we used most of the Lover towel for the main section of the top of the bag, paired it with black canvas on the tail & used stripes for the entire bottom, with a small red stripe towards the tail. The deck of the bag is lined with nylon liner, comes with a polyester draw cord & Green Fuz patch.Shop Lover
The Barro bag is made only as a longboard bag and uses two sections of the Barro towel as stripes on the front & backside of the bag and is paired with Brown canvas. The deck of the bag is lined with nylon liner, it has a fin slot and comes with a polyester draw cord & Green Fuz patch.Shop Barro
This bag uses the Indigo Sun towel as a mid panel on the deck of the bag, natural canvas on the back side & is paired with Navy canvas on nose & tail. Board Bags from 9’0 – 10’0 come with a Indigo Sun towel fin slot! The deck of the bag is lined with nylon liner, it comes with a polyester draw cord & Green Fuz patch.Shop Indigo Sun
About Slowtide: Inspired by all bodies of water and our love for art, Slowtide is a collaboration of three friends who wanted to convey their lifestyle through unique products. We’ve dyed fabrics, mixed paints, manipulated pixels, collaborated with artists and photographers to create Slowtide. Based in Hawaii and California, Slowtide is a melting pot of the minds and ties together our sentiment for the water and art.Shop Slowtide
Leaves us drooling yet again…
Let’s watch another short…. staring Craig Anderson, Chippa Wilson, Eric Geiselman, Lee Wilson, Dillon Perillo and Yago Dora! WY in Indo.
The time is almost upon us… Free Jazz Vein coming to a URL near you.
We got a chance to make some board bags for the guys at Slowtide using some of their towels as panels. Here’s the first run we did… from left to right we have the Barro, Moblow (art by Mark Oblow) and Five-O (photo by Bryce Johnson). The guys were super stoked and we’re currently planning a collab… available online soon!
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Mulch California to bring you a new twist on our board bags. Each one was hand dyed by the dudes at Mulch here in San Clemente, CA. Tie Dye’s vary making each bag unique, sizes & qty’s are limited so get one fast.
Get to know Mulch in our short interview below & shop the Green Fuz x Mulch Bags here.
When and why did you guys start Mulch California (some background info)?
When Mehr Alejandro, Mulch California’s head designer and cofounder, was making custom clothes, he was frustrated by the ways of conventional brands. Rather than manufacturing the same products through mass production, over branding, and essentially creating waste, Mehr decided to design for upcycle, often repurposing old clothing into something new. Our idea was to design clothes that told a story and expressed individuality; our goal is to create high fashion jobs in the USA. After making pants for several NBA players in summer ’14, we launched Mulch in early 2015. Just eight months ago, we launched our e-commerce www.MulchCalifornia.com
What’s special about Mulch California (what differentiates you guys)?
The way we do things defines us! At Mulch California, we have organically created a sustainable fashion brand where we do everything in house: our designs, pattern making, hand dyeing, cutting, and sewing. Our attention to detail in fabric selection and construction guarantees we are creating quality products. We do not mass-produce, and Mehr has a hand in everything we make.
What’s your background on dyeing?
We have studied many different dye techniques. Our research on artisanal methods is a major part of Mulch and what makes us unique. Every time we dye something, it comes out as magical one-of-a-kind piece. We use natural dyes, full emersion dyeing, low emersion dyeing, Indonesian batik, and ice dyeing—a technique we are really pumped about right now. We incorporated ice dyeing in our collaboration with Green Fuz. As the ice melts, it separates the colors, leaving unique patterns. These bags are going to be really special!
Why did you decide to do collaboration with Green Fuz?
Green Fuz brings a fresh approach to surfboard bags with their blend of punk and surf culture, so when they approached us, a fashion house known for our crazy dye jobs, we related well to the Green Fuz aesthetic. Plus, they have a similar philosophy about making their products locally in San Clemente. It made a lot of sense to collaborate with them, and it was exciting to put our artisanal touch on their product.
What was your inspiration for your new bags?
Green Fuz pretty much gave us creative freedom with this project; they said they wanted some tie-dye, and we wanted to give them something special. Mehr Alejandro came up with three color selections (green, brown, and pink), which were inspired by the 2017 runway shows. These colors would work as a solid base for the bags. Once we had those three colors, it was all about pairing them with another color that would tell the Green Fuz story. Their main inspiration was Dinosaur Jr., an old school punk rock band. We looked at some of their old album covers, and we think we nailed those ones! We can’t wait to see the finished bags. This collaboration has definitely created hype. People are already asking us for the bags, and they haven’t even seen them!
Witness the amazing creation of board bags made by hand in ‘Green Fuz’ streaming now on the web & in full color!
Song: These Shadows by Wooden Shjips, Video by Rishi Linley