By 2050, our seas may contain more garbage than fish 8 million tons of waste end up in our seas every single year 640K tons of fishing nets are abandoned in the ocean
Less than 1% is recycled
We proudly use ECONYL® regenerated nylon made from abandoned fishing nets.
Each year, thousands of volunteers dive all around the globe to pick up ghost fishing nets,
and we turn them into premium swimwear.
Thank you for joining the movement and help us clean the oceans!
HOW IT WORKS?
Clean & conscious
manufacture in Portugal
Our swims are produced in the North of Portugal, in ethical manufacture that is very similar to a small family business. They employ 9 sewers & tailors, mostly women. They offer good working conditions and fair remuneration.
They are on the way to conclude the ISO 9001 Certification, and are also in the process to be GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certified.
They are very cautious with plastic consumption and tend to be plastic-free. At the moment, they use recycled plastic whenever it's possible. Your swims are packed and maintained in recycled plastic pouches for instance.
There have almost no leftovers fabrics. If any, they use it to produce samples. On this topic, we are preparing a surprise for you, we will share it as soon as possible.
Last but not least, they contribute to the local economy by working with small business mostly in Portugal. Most of the fabrics are ordered in Italy, but all other suppliers come from Portugal (accessories, metal clasps, hang tags, hygienic stickers, etc)
Only recycled materials
Carbon neutral shipping
We use biodegradable, recycled and recyclable packaging materials. Our tags, boxes and greeting cards are made of recycled cardboard. We seal our shipping boxes with kraft packing tape instead of regular plastic tape.
Even the protection bags we use to store our goods are made from recycled plastic and the Julienne pouch is made of recyclable plastic (low impact EVA plastic). We ship worldwide using carbon neutral shipping.
WE GIVE BACK
Support women battling
with breast cancer
This year, we have teamed up with Manon Barraud, a Geneva artist @itsmeguilty to create tote bags and t-shirts handmade in recycled cotton.
All of the benefits are given to "Ose thérapies", a Swiss non-profit association that help people with cancer, and mostly women battling with breast cancer. They accompany them, provide them with emotional support and various activities to help them recover and love their body again, as well as get back into their social and professional life.
In 2019, in Europe, 26% of deaths were caused by cancer, and breast cancer represents 25% of the cases for women. These numbers are alarming, and it is important for us to support and give back as much as we could.