Specifically designed for watersports, our patent-pending 0.5mm neoprene-lined boardshorts will provide the comfort and protection that you’ve been waiting for in the water. You'll always have the ocean on your mind with this coastal & colorful pairing.
Swimming trunks made from recycled plastic bottles(After 23 professional disinfection and recycling processes to ensure safety)
Material- 90% polyester fiber (65% recycled bottles, 25% ordinary polyester fiber) and 10% spandex.
- Extremely flexible and quick-drying
- Built-in Cool Max liner
- 4-way stretch
- Natural deodorant
- 8" inseam
- Stylish side pockets use advanced drainage technology
- Durable water repellent (DWR) for ultra-fast drying
- Waist polyester drawstring
- Scallop Leg
- The model is 6 feet 175 pounds tall and wears a size M
If you care about the process of turning recycled bottles into swimming trunks... you go:
Say goodbye to the uncomfortable mesh lining.
Super soft built-in boxer shorts lining
Never say goodbye to the uncomfortable grid
Made of cool Max fabric to keep you dry after swimming or running
Super flexible, can go in and out of the water with you
Several things are true at the same time:
- Plastic waste is a huge global problem
- Many single-use plastics are not properly recycled. This hurts the ocean, the world (coughs, coughs, global problems) and the people living on it (hey, that’s you! Probably at least)
- Swimwear and most waterproof materials are made of synthetic materials (polyester or nylon)... these are plastic
- Clothes made of synthetic materials will shed microplastics in the washing machine, and these microplastics will eventually enter the ocean.
- For waterproof items, there is currently no better choice than synthetic materials
- Swimwear using recycled plastic is better than using virgin plastic (ie, newly manufactured plastic)
- We use recycled bottles to make suitcases.
- A swimsuit made from recycled bottles will not save the world, but it is better than the original substitute
Sustainable materials and making manure from recycled bottles are a lovely way to sell, but if you shrink it a bit, most of them are just a drop in the bucket. There are many brands that save the world and the ocean by making shorts out of recycled bottles. A gimmick like this is cute, but using a few bottles (already recycled) in shorts does not really help correct systemic problems.
We know what we are. We know that we are not saving the world, but we want to use recycled materials to help us tell a larger story about waste and educate people in the process. Especially for those who no longer care about (so much) sustainability.
If it's you, sup? If we try to teach you something in the process, then go for it.
We all like to enjoy ourselves as bastards, it doesn't matter. Let's try to clean ourselves, which is what adults do (allegedly).
So let's keep it fun, let's keep it trendy.