SURF PACK LAUNCH

Salt Gypsy Surf Pack Summer Series 2014

 

Kia ora Salties!*

 

We hope you`ve been really well! Bali is experiencing some teething problems with this new swell but we`ve been having fun chasing it around both coasts anyway. How are the waves in your neck of the woods?

As summer (and Christmas!) is just around the corner for our Southern Hemisphere Salties, and winter rolls on up the road in the North, we are mega-excited to announce the launch of the first Salt Gypsy Surf Pack offering for our 2014 Summer Series – exclusive to you lovely peeps!

Yip, this ain`t available to everyone so if you know any ladies, of any age, who might be interested in being in the know, please forward on this email and have them sign up by clicking here. 

What the hell is a Salt Gypsy Surf Pack? Great question.
Our answer: Slick new surfwear for this upcoming season in a sweet package just in time for summer waves at your local – or warm-water-adventuring – surf spot.
Pre-orders accepted over 4 days: 
Thursday 7 – Sunday 10 November

DECEMBER DELIVERY

We know what we like and need (check out what keeps us busy here at HQ), but what are you looking for this season? Keen to help us curate our Surf Packs? 

Quick Q+A for you:

1/ If you were stuck on a remote tropical island with a pumping A-frame right out the front and you were only allowed one surfwear item…which would it be? (rashy..leggings…bikini…onepiece…)

2/ Do you want to Design-Your-Own surf wear? Or happy to pick from pre-made styles?

3/  What do you want from Santa this year?

Send us your thoughts to: hello@saltgypsy.com

And don`t forget – you must be signed up to our Salty VIPs list!

*Don`t know what kia ora means? According to Wikipedia and our personal experience of growing up in Aotearoa/New Zealand, kia ora is a Maori language greeting in common use as, “hi.” Having entered colloquial NZ English, it`s also used as ‘farewell’ and ‘thankyou’. You can read more about Maori language by checking out the Korero Maori website run by the Maori Language Commission of New Zealand. 

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