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Made From Discarded Fishing Nets

Approximately 650,000 tons of fishing nets are left as debris on the bottoms of our oceans. Fishing nets decay slowly, and can drift for years.

Wiping Out Entire Ecosystems

Many of them end up caught on a reef wiping out complete ecosystems while swaying in the current.

Rain Jacket From the Sea

The Rain Jacket From The Sea is a Parka Style Collection, sprung from The Ghost Net Project, based on a passion for responsible manufacturing and a desire to explore if we could change how we interact with the environment and use discarded fishing nets as a new kind of resource to make high quality rainwear.

The jackets are woven in regenerated nylon from discarded fishing nets. It is a strong constructed fabric with rip-stop structure and laminated for waterproofness and breathability. And of course it is free from fluorocarbons, phthalates and PVC. Made with large functional pockets and welted side pockets. Water proof 10000mm breathability 5 000 mm/m2/24h.

Rain Jacket From the Sea

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  • MENS RAIN JACKET FROM THE SEA Kelp Green

    220.00 €

  • MENS RAIN JACKET FROM THE SEA Hull Blue

    220.00 €

  • WOMENS RAIN JACKET FROM THE SEA Deep End Bl

    220.00 €

  • WOMENS RAIN JACKET FROM THE SEA Gunwale Red

    220.00 €

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