We get asked these a lot


Can I wear this on a bike?

For biking purposes, it is important to use a helmet that is specifically designed and certified for bicycle use. The Surf Skull (TM) is not intended for this type of activity.

Can I wear this on a skateboard

No, it is not recommended to wear this while skateboarding. It is highly recommended to use a certified bicycle or skateboard helmet, as they offer more protection against falling on concrete.

Can you order these in bulk?

Yes! Unlock Exclusive Wholesale Pricing: Contact us at thesurfskull@gmail.com

How often do you restock?

We restock every month! if you don't see what you are looking for, check back next month or reach out to use at thesurfskull@gmail.com.

Shipping internationally

We ship via USPS or UPS to Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czechia, Denmark , Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, USA, France, UK, Germany, and Spain. Cost range from $20-60 USD


Full refund within 30 Days (minus return shipping) on all US orders. Please note that currently we do not offer refunds for international orders. To start a return, visit our portal HERE

Legal stuff!


Helmet disclaimer

This surf helmet has been designed with safety in mind, particularly incorporating a bump cap portion that meets the EN 812:2012 standard. It is important to note that while the bump cap has been tested to withstand up to 15kN of force in controlled laboratory conditions, real-world situations can be unpredictable and chaotic. This is not a bicycle or skateboarding helmet, and not effective for use outside of water.


Unlike industrial helmets, bump caps are specifically intended to protect the wearer from static objects such as walking into low ceilings or encountering hanging obstructions. Impact tests have been conducted using a 5kg flat striker dropped from a height of 250mm, with a maximum allowable transmitted force of 15kN. These tests simulate scenarios akin to industrial helmet requirements but at a lower energy level. The impacts are carried out on the front and rear of the helmet, with the headform tilted at 30° and 60° to reflect potential real-world impacts. Surf Skull, LLC did not preform these tests; to meet EN 812: 2012 standards we presume they were performed by our suppliers.

Please exercise judgment and user discretion

Users are strongly advised to exercise judgment and discretion while using this surf helmet. While it is crafted with safety standards in mind, no helmet can guarantee the prevention of all concussions or injuries in every conceivable scenario. Real-world conditions may vary, and impacts can differ significantly from controlled laboratory tests.

By using this helmet, you acknowledge and understand the limitations outlined in this disclaimer. The manufacturer cannot guarantee absolute protection against all potential risks, and user awareness and caution are crucial elements in enhancing safety.

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