JOLYN, in partnership with the Surfrider Foundation, is proud to release our first-ever swimsuit created with fabric made from upcycled single-use plastic water bottles.
50% of profits from the Surfrider print support Surfrider's mission to protect clean water and healthy beaches.
It all starts with a recycling plant where they separate out bottles labelled with a #1 (PET plastic) on the bottom, wash them, and chop the bottles into little tiny bits.
From there, the tiny bits are melted into even tinier balls, and those balls are melted into a plasma that is finally stretched into strong fibers that are then knit into recycled polyester swim fabric.
The recycled polyester is both soft and durable, wicks your sweat, fights stink, and reduces virgin plastic production. It also helps to prevent these virgin plastics from ending up disposed of incorrectly and polluting our ocean and coasts.
The Tomcat is a supportive bikini top with a scooped neckline and three strap cut-outs in the front to let water to pass through during your workout.
This top features tie straps for a perfect (and adjustable) fit.
Lined for maximum privacy and tagless for maximum comfort.
Super durable with reinforced stitching
Elastic contains trace amounts of Latex
Rinse in cold water after use and hang dry