43 min

Coffee Bag to Surfboard Bag - Meet Billy Bags The Greenstyle Podcast

    • Fashion & Beauty

In this episode, Maha talks to Stacey Horton based in the beautifulPapamoa, New Zealand. She's the 27-year-old woman behind the new surfboard bag business, Billy Bags. From taking old materials at op-shops and used coffee bags from a food truck, with the help of her mum, the grooviest surfboard bags are created. Each Billy Bag that is sold helps give $5 to Sheldrick Trust. 

Maha and Stacey have an in depth conversation about upcycling and the connection a surfer feels to preserving our oceans. They talk about the recent shark sightings in New Zealand as well as marine conservation. 

Have a listen to this great episode with Stacey to find out what Billy Bags and their kaupapa (mission) is all about. 

To purchase one of their bags, you can check out their Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/_billybags/ 

Enjoy!

In this episode, Maha talks to Stacey Horton based in the beautifulPapamoa, New Zealand. She's the 27-year-old woman behind the new surfboard bag business, Billy Bags. From taking old materials at op-shops and used coffee bags from a food truck, with the help of her mum, the grooviest surfboard bags are created. Each Billy Bag that is sold helps give $5 to Sheldrick Trust. 

Maha and Stacey have an in depth conversation about upcycling and the connection a surfer feels to preserving our oceans. They talk about the recent shark sightings in New Zealand as well as marine conservation. 

Have a listen to this great episode with Stacey to find out what Billy Bags and their kaupapa (mission) is all about. 

To purchase one of their bags, you can check out their Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/_billybags/ 

Enjoy!

43 min