CanvasRebel Features Jessica Boynton and Her Vision and Purpose of Creating Hakuna Wear

Hakuna Wear Designer and Founder Jessica Boynton surfing on shortboard in San Diego, California

Meet Jessica Boynton

CanvasRebel features Hakuna Wear sharing the learning experiences and stories of Hakuna Wear founder, Jessica Boynton and her vision and purpose of creating a brand that ‘took care of all the worries’ so you can focus on surfing and having fun. Designed with the surfer’s needs in mind, Hakuna Wear’s innovative surf suits designs feature pockets to hold items like keys, wax and sunscreen so you can continue to enjoy the ocean’s playground with no worries.

In the CanvasRebel article, Jessica also dives into her biggest learning journey with developing the side tie recycled board short product. After dealing with numerous design and process setbacks, 6 months later Hakuna Wear was able to deliver an innovative product customers had been waiting for and with glowing reviews, it helped Jessica refine the process for the future and continue to have customers stoked across the globe for a product they have been waiting to find, giving them the freedom to do anything.

male wearing blue Hakuna recycle material surf board shorts with tie on the side

Read the full CanvasRebel article ‘Meet Jessica Boynton’ and her insights into her mission and vision behind the brand, product development process and self-funding Hakuna Wear.


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