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Point Break Apparel

Point Break Apparel was founded in 2014 by a couple of surfers out of Tofino, British Columbia, Canada. It's our passion for surf, style, and nature that drives our team forward each and every day. Our products are built to endure, even in the harshest of pacific northwest climates we call home.

When a surfer becomes a surfer, it's almost an obligation to become an environmentalist at the same time, which is why we use recycled materials to ship our products, water-based ink to print our  apparel, and skip on unnecessary plastics every chance we get.

Save Our Shores

Life on our blue planet depends solely on healthy oceans. Demands on our seas are accelerating. Tourism, oil and gas, overfishing, and the growth of coastal communities, all take an enormous toll on both ocean habitats and species.

The #saveourshores initiative embodies everything we stand for. It's our way of giving back, by helping fund local ocean conservation groups while raising awareness of the underlying issues at the same time. Reduce consumption, reuse usable materials, recycled unusable materials, and avoid single use plastics whenever possible.

When you shop with us, a portion of the proceeds from your order will be added to our charity pot and donated annually to one of our partners. We've donated $1,500.00 to date.

Charity Partners

We're currently working alongside Clayoquot Cleanup.

Clayoquot sound is an ecologically rich ecosystem in Tofino, BC, suffering from the impact of marine debris. Remote coastal regions of the sound have accumulated critical levels of debris and demand immediate attention. Debris removal from these remote regions requires considerable logistical planning, specialized technical experience, and support from sponsors.

This is where the Point Break Apparel x Clayoquot Cleanup collaboration can make a massive difference. Thanks to Clayoquot Cleanup's comprehensive marine debris program, we can properly maintain the rich balance of biology and economy in the Clayoquot Sound.