IÓ Sports joins Healthy Seas

06 February 2020

We are very happy to announce our partnership with IÓ Sports!

Their commitment to sustainability extends throughout their products’ lifecycle from production on to packaging made from waste fabrics. Working towards their vision of a completely sustainable process, IÓ has taken the first step in making a positive impact on the environment. They have not just taken a stand for what they believe in but also integrated progressive styles with progressive values to reduce their carbon footprint.

Meenal Malhotra, Executive Director of the brand:

“Healthy Seas not only helps the environment but also helps provide a sustainable, non- toxic, ecological alternative to athletes. It spreads the message to the masses regarding healthy environmental practices without compromising on aesthetics. This alliance will help us to protect the planet for future generations as marine life is crucial to saving our ecosystem.”

To browse throughout their new product line, please visit: io.vickysports.com

Healthy Seas is an open initiative, open to creative ideas and new partnerships!

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