14 Famous Surf Brands and Surfing Company Logos

The surfing industry has an annual revenue of $7.2 billion. Manufacturing surfboards are not a clean process. With the conventional surfboard considered to be 100% toxic when it comes to waste, the generation of waste and pollutants is even more disconcerting. The market globalization has also cause manufacturers to have to compete with low cost labor and duty taxes. The following selection of surfing company logos are representative of popular brands of surfboards.

Volcom Company Logo

Volcom Company Logo

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Vans Company Logo

Vans Company Logo

Rusty Company Logo

Rusty Company Logo

Rip Curl Company Logo

Rip Curl Company Logo

QuickSilver Company Logo

QuickSilver Company Logo

O'Neill Company Logo

O’Neill Company Logo

Marley Company Logo

Marley Company Logo

Lost Company Logo

Lost Company Logo

Hurley Company Logo

Hurley Company Logo

Globe Company Logo

Globe Company Logo

Element Company Logo

Element Company Logo

Dakine Company Logo

Dakine Company Logo

Billabong Company Logo

Billabong Company Logo

Analog Company Logo

Analog Company Logo

New manufacturing trends have brought new methods with producing boards made of 60-65% recycled waste and production of new foam. An estimated 300,000 surfboards are sold each year, generating more than $150 million in revenue.