More than 8 million tons of plastic waste ends up in our oceans every year, destroying aquatic life & ultimately ourselves.

Our standards for sustainability and function are high because we feel connected to the ocean, nature & the planet.

We work with recycled fabrics from plastic bottles & trash from the sea, with organic cotton and TENCEL™.

Our packaging material is compostable or cardboard

Environmentally Friendly and Functional: Our Materials

organic cotton

The organic cotton from which our fabrics are made grows in Turkey or Greece. To grow cotton organically, up to 90% less water is used, no toxic pesticides and herbicides or genetic engineering are used, farmers receive a fair price, and their children go to school instead of to the fields. The raw material is spun into fabric in Portugal and dyed using certified non-toxic dyes.


TENCEL™ is one of the most sustainable fibres around and it is produced by the Austrian company Lenzing AG. This regenerated fibre is obtained from fast-growing and sustainably cultivated eucalyptus, with low water consumption and the absence of herbicides and pesticides. A non-toxic solvent is used for production, which is then recycled to 99%. The closed production cycle reduces the ecological impact and saves energy and water.


Hemp is an ancient and, at the same time, revolutionary plant with a versatile range of uses.
Processed into fabric, hemp has a regulating effect on body temperature and has the property of not becoming electrostatically charged. Hemp fabrics reduce perspiration and are very breathable. Thus they are an ideal fibre for activewear.
Hemp grows without herbicides, pesticides and artificial irrigation. The plant even brings a negative CO2 balance in cultivation.


We cannot do without synthetic fibres in sportswear, as they have a lot of positive properties when processed into functional fabrics. Synthetic fibre, unlike natural fibre, does not absorb moisture (sweat), but can transfer it and thus remains drier. These garments keep their shape longer and are much more robust. Despite their long durability, polyester garments are not particularly environmentally friendly: a lot of petroleum is used worldwide in the production of polyester, which also requires a lot of energy in the production process. By processing recycled plastic from old PET bottles and plastic waste for the polyester fabrics, and old fishing nets and trash from the sea for the polyamide fabrics, we eliminate the waste of crude oil, use less energy and reduce CO2 emissions. All our fabrics made of synthetic fibres are dyed or printed without toxins.