To support marine research, Waterlust's activewear promotes the conversation around sustainability and gives back to the ocean science and conservation community. Each brightly patterned design is paired with a research lab, nonprofit, or educational organization. For each item sold, ten percent of the profits will be donated to Waterlust's conservative partners.
The eco-friendly company boasts leggings, rash guards, and board shorts, all made from recycled plastic bottles. Waterlust's designs are inspired by distinct marine life patterns, corresponding to 16 ocean science and conservation community research programs. This list includes whale shark research, invasive lionfish removal, sockeye salmon monitoring, and abalone restoration.
While Waterlust helps its marine life partners financially, it also helps by getting the word on these programs via social media and informative note cards that come with each of Waterlust's activewear items.
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