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Welcome to the world of Mervin Manufacturing!  30 plus years of snowboards, surfboards, skis and skateboards made with ZERO HAZARDOUS WASTE in the USA. When you ride a Mervin there's more than just the board under your feet; there's passion, technology, art, history, community and vision. Get the Mervin experience at our all new MERVINMADE.COM micro site featuring a virtual tour of our eco minded board sports manufacturing lifestyle. Gnu, Lib Tech, BMBW and Roxy; it's not just made it's Mervin Made! 

Mervin Made Intro Video:

HISTORY: We've been building boards and innovating technology for thirty plus years! 
TESTING GROUNDS: 24 hour rapid prototyping and testing in our amazing front and back yard.
ZERO HAZARDOUS WASTE: Mervin is the only board factory in the world that doesn't leave toxic waste behind
ECO MATERIALS: Eco Materials are the best to ride, the best for our Kraftsmen to work with and the best for the planet
ECO PROCESS: What's good for us is good for the planet!
ECO POWER: Our electricity is 89.6% hydro electric.
SAWDUST TO SOIL:  We're turning saw dust to soil, celebrate the dirt bag!

"Mervin Manufacturing is a dream factory in a dream location producing dream boards with dream materials and process"  

Pete Saari, Co-Founder

About Mervin

Mervin Manufacturing is the leading designer and manufacturer of snowboarding, surfing, skiing and skateboarding products.  Built at the world’s most environMENTAL zero hazardous waste producing factory by the people who ride them. Mervin Manufacturing was founded by snow/skate/surf enthusiasts Mike Olson and Pete Saari in 1977. In an industry where virtually every other company has moved production to China or offshore, Mervin is the longest running and last major board factory in the USA. Based out of Sequim, Washington, on the Strait of Juan De Fuca between the rugged Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges, Mervin is a direct link between riding and manufacturing.



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