Bing’s Mele Saili and James Parry in Wavelength Magazine

July 29, 2015

Just keep pushing the barriers. Growing up as girls we’re treated like we’re fragile timid creatures, which makes us think that we are. I’d like girls to break these barriers, try new tricks and do more critical surfing. Times are changing and I’m excited for what’s to come.

— Mele Saili

We are so stoked to see a new featured interview entitled ‘The Times THEY ARE a Changin’ in the latest issue of Wavelength Magazine featuring our very own Mele Saili with words and photos by our own James Parry. We are so thankful to have both Mele and James as a part of the Bing family and love seeing the both of them make such a positive impact on the surf world.

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