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New Favorite hoodie

This is my favorite item of the many items I’ve gotten from Farm Brands. The quality, the comfortable light weight material, and the style is great. I’ve gotten many compliments and I love wearing it!

Great quality joggers

I’ve bought several Farm Brand products and they never disappoint! The quality, comfort, fit and style cannot be beat. I get lots of compliments and will continue to be a repeat customer!

OK.....

They are ok. For the price I thought they'd be a better quality than what I could get at Walmart. Not the case. Tried to contact customer service via email but no response yet.

Slow af

Wouldn’t order again

Super comfy sweats!

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Farm Brand Entrepreneur Highlight: Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards

Farm Brand Entrepreneur Highlight: Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards

The surf industry is having a moment in the sun. The apparel giants that once dominated the shelves of your favorite retail stores have since retreated into oblivion. Now, the actual tradesmen and women of surfing, the board builders, are taking center stage. The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on almost every industry on the planet, except for the outdoors industry. Thousands of Americans decided to spend their lockdown in the great outdoors rather than stuck in some stuffy apartment, and they bought the gear to do so. Surfboard sales have been at an all-time high for the past year, with shapers around the globe working non-stop to meet the demand. At Farm Brand, we like to highlight small businesses and entrepreneurs who forge their own paths and aim to impact their respective industries in unique and exciting ways. This week, we are shining our entrepreneur spotlight on Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards out of Galveston, Texas, to find out how he’s making a name for himself on the Gulf Coast and beyond and how he wants his brand to be synonymous with Black Culture in surfing. Andy made me a twin fin last summer before I embarked on several month-long west coast road trip. I rode that trusty twinny all over California and put it through the paces at some of the state’s most iconic breaks. Last week we caught up to chat board design, representation in surfing, and more. Dive in below!

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