A new range of ecofriendly wetsuit hangers made from recycled/upcycled wetsuits made in Bristol for surfers, Kitesurfer’s, SUP surfers, canoeists and divers.
Coldwater surfing takes a special love & commitment. I’m putting the same love and commitment into my eco-friendly wetsuit hangers made from recycled wetsuits and FSC wood. Super strong and robust to hold a heavy full-length wet wetsuit, booties and gloves ( it’s been tested to 8kg).
Made from eco materials
Wetsuit hanger made from recycled wetsuits & FSC wood
Hang from anywhere
Wetsuit hanger can be hung from just about anywhere
Great for ensuring your wetsuit dries so you ready for the next session
It can hang off just about anything with the multipurpose strap. Hang from your van, a tree, or just a rail. The wetsuit hanger went through a rigorous research and development phase as prototyping took place on a 4000-mile surf trip around Europe in the summer of 2020. The wood is from FSC sustainable forests and sealed with an eco microporous wax for long life.
All packaging is plastic-free. I use recycled cardboard embossed with my Ecotribo stamp for a luxury and waste-free feel. I also use bio-based sellotape as Ecotribo continues to try to be a company that will #donoharm. I’m super excited to be able to bring another product to market that can actually help clean up our coasts and be a positive contribution to our environmental challenges. This would make a great gift for watersports enthusiasts who care for our planet and help raise awareness around these issues.
This is another product that aims to do good. My ‘ocean tide’ planters which utilise and are made from ocean plastics and an oyster-shell bio-composite and have been really popular. I have been selling these online as well as at the 3D Print Shop in Bristol for a few years. You can check them out in the etsy shop.
I am determined to continue my quest to find solutions to ocean plastic pollution and super grateful for all the support I have been receiving over the years on Instagram and other places.
Finding solutions and addressing the currently huge environmental issue of what to do with wetsuits at their end of their functional life