Salt Gypsy | Danny Clayton is supporting female surfers sustainably and ethically
New Zealand-born, Byron Bay-based, Danny Clayton, is Founder of Salt Gypsy, a sustainable woman surf company.
Not one to sit on the sidelines, Danny, created a brand which celebrates surf athleticism, style and diversity in the surfing world.
The surf wear brand also has a major focus on sustainable manufacturing. They currently source regenerated nylon for their products which are made out of a two-woman-owned production factory on the Gold Coast.
Danny discusses her background which includes a degree in sculpture and experience as a surf instructor and Billabong distribution rep, so she knows what she’s talking about!
The brand really got some traction after during the surf legging revolution and the product range has just expanded ever since. Today, Salt Gypsy, has a range of stylish surfboards for the discerning oceanwoman, as well as, a huge range of surf tops, tanks and tees.
“Do what lights you up. Follow what is exciting.“
— Danny Clayton, Salt Gypsy
Salt Gypsy | Danny Clayton
Mentioned in conversation…
Danny’s story and past adventures that led her to start Salt Gypsy
How their production process is ‘sustainable’
What Danny has achieved and her most recent launch – the Sea Bones Store
How Danny juggles motherhood with running a business
The future of the women’s surf industry