From Sea to Studio: Warm Welcome to Free Flow Active

10 April 2019

A warm welcome to our new partner Free Flow Active from Canada, an eco-conscious brand committed to ethically and sustainably made luxury activewear using ECONYL® high-quality regenerated yarn .

“The Oceans are the backbone of our planet and it is our belief that it is our responsibility to protect them for all humankind. Our belief is that sustainable fashion is the future. There is no reason why, as consumers, we can’t wear apparel that is just as technically built, on trend and comparably priced to other non-sustainable options in the market. We want to support Healthy Seas and bring awareness in order to make sustainable fashion even more accessible and mainstream.”~Emily Ratchford

Free Flow Active now joins our fight against deadly ghost nets and donates to Healthy Seas 5% after every purchase.

You can browse the Free Flow Active products on their website: https://freeflowactive.com/

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