Ripcurl rides the wave into Eco – Responsible surf apparel production. Introducing; Salt Water Culture

There’s been many victories in the eco department lately, and the momentum of good news continues with Ripcurl’s launch of “Salt Water Culture”; A collection of environmentally responsible surf apparel

The renowned Australian surf brand proudly embarks on a journey to a more sustainable future, showcasing Owen Wright’s “Mirage Salt Water Board shorts” as their leading collection piece, which highlights a technically advanced, super-stretch build using recycled polyester yarn… (That’s recycled bottles for you!). The remainder of the collection incorporates the use of 100% organic cotton t-shirts and fleece, as well as recycled cotton polyester board shorts. If you’re an eco conscious wave searcher, this line serves as a highly dreamy recommendation. Salt Water Culture pieces were created for a salt washed and sun drenched life, offering customers a scope of quality surf products that are soft, natural and unique. They’re pieces that are to be lived in, through its optimal purpose. Here’s to creating a sustainable future! Shop the Salt Water Culture collection today, anywhere you are, around the globe.

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