Style in the lineup

100% regenerated nylon | UPF 50+

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$10 from every piece sold donated to SurfAid's Mother & Child Health Programme.


This board rips. It’s fast and easier to catch waves than a normal short board. plus, you can still dive under big sets!

Veeran M. The Shorebird

I had never owned a mid length board before and now I have no idea why I hadn't bought one sooner. The volume allows me to sit deeper and catch the wave earlier with more paddle power and the length gives me heaps more confidence when the waves are bigger.

Amber J. The Mid Tide

Super fun longboard! Great stability but still super easy to manoeuvre. Lightweight, and easy paddling - you can't go wrong with this board!

Ella The Dusty

Perfect carry bag for my wax

Katherine B. Wax Pack

Love the cut of these bad boys, just enough cheek without feeling like you’re showing it all off. Lovely soft blue and navy combo goes well with my older navy star and navy gingham SG pieces.

Dharlia G. Drifter Bottoms

Super practical, I wear it all the time! It is big enough for all the essentials, and the material is durable! Love the classic white/black combo.

Mia S. LeMU x Salt Gypsy Mini Hip Pack

Surfboards designed for women

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Who we are

Drawn from a lifetime chasing long period swells, Salt Gypsy is a women’s surf lifestyle company celebrating female surf athleticism and style in the lineup. We focus on developing stylish & long-lasting products for discerning women of the sea.

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Danielle Clayton, Founder

“As a surfing mum who lived for several years in the Maldives and Indonesia, supporting SurfAid’s Mother and Child Health Program is what resonates with me most deeply. It was a no-brainer to use our women-centric business as a tool to help raise funds for women and their children in remote regions of surf destinations many of us know, love and have had the privilege to travel to. During my pregnancy I had access to excellent medical care in Australia for myself and my baby, a congenital heart condition that needed monitoring and a labour that went pear-shaped. Other women do not have this access and we can use our resources to help change this.”