Mahulu represents the limitless possibility of a business with an unwavering commitment to people and planet before profit. Our sustainable wetsuits offer the warmth, flexibility, and durability you need to make your never-gonna-forget-it surfing and finally-landed-it kitesurfing moments a reality.
We embrace the challenges of doing ethical business in the twenty-first century. That’s why we think of our eco wetsuits not as products, but as product cycles. Each step of the product’s life cycle has a positive impact on both people and the planet.
It starts with our ecofoam, made from the byproducts of the seafood industry that we divert from a landfill, which reduces waste and minimizes our carbon footprint. We exclusively use biodegradable and recyclable materials to manufacture and package our eco wetsuits. When they arrive at your local surf shop, our eco wetsuits are priced competitively, so you don’t have to break the bank to make the sustainable choice.
After every purchase, we direct 2% towards restoring coral reefs, all while providing you the highest performance wetsuit possible.
It’s simply not enough to stop destroying the planet. To protect the ocean we play in everyday, we have to start restoring it. This isn’t just “Leave no trace,” this is “Leave it better than you found it.”
Chief Strategy Officer (CSO)
In 2019 Gray broke both of his legs after a fall of 7 meters and ended up in a wheelchair for 6 months. He used this down time wisely and set off to build the world’s most high performance eco-friendly wetsuit and water sports apparel brand… and Mahulu was born.
Gray’s passion for water sports and business has always been evident in his lifestyle. He is a certified SCUBA Instructor and taught kitesurfing for over 21 years and developed industry-leading teaching methodologies. His penchant for business building began with the development of an international brand of kitesurfing and paddle yoga schools spanning 3 continents.
Gray not only loves being on or under the ocean, but he was nurtured to have a deep respect and concern for the health and protection of our oceans.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Peter has both B2B and B2C experience launching and growing multiple companies in a variety of industries, including high-tech, real estate, hospitality, (furniture) manufacturing and now, apparel. His specialty is getting things done in a focused way and always reaching the goal. While not yet an expert kite-surfer, he SCUBA dove the Great Barrier Reef in its prime and is impassioned to rebuild reefs around the world.
He also has a large cranium
Chief Operations Officer (COO)
Geordy cut his operational teeth as a Battery Operations Officer in the Army’s Field Artillery back in the day. He has experience running his own small business, managing a farm, writing and teaching across multiple disciplines. He is a novice kite surfer, intermediate eFoiler, an expert skier and he once lacerated the length of his face while “surfing” off Noosa Heads. (Yes, he came off the board and squeegeed the sand with his cheeks.) He also dove the Great Barrier Reef off Cairns in his prime. Like his Bermudian children, he champions the active replenishment of the coral reefs that feed our marine life while protecting our beaches and shorelines.
Chief Technical Officer (CTO)
Dan moved to Bermuda in 2003, met Gray and the group were the instigators of kitesurfing on the island at that time. A year later he left and continued moving around the world working in various places. A highly technical consultant with over 25 years of international experience across many varied markets including Banking and Finance, Education, Enterprise, Entertainment, Gaming, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Media, Monetary Affairs, Production, Retail, Smart City/IoT, Systems Integration, Telecommunications/ISP, Transport and Warehousing, Cloud-based Managed Service Providers. Now living on the Gold Coast, Australia, an avid kitesurfer and conscious environmentalist.