Youth | North Atlantic Humpback Whale RashguardRegular price $55.00
10% of profits donated to Environment America's North Atlantic right whale protection policy work.
Fun Fact: In the early months of every year, female North Atlantic humpback whales migrate down to the Silver Bank, Dominican Republic to give birth to their young and teach them how to survive, while others choose a suitable male to mate with.
Not So Fun Fact: Only 366 North Atlantic right whales are left in the wild today, making them one of the most critically endangered species on Earth.
Learn more about Humpback Whales and how you can help protect them.
Learn more about Right Whales and how you can help protect them.
These hand-drawn marine life rashguards are one of a kind! The perfect alternative to sunscreen which helps protect our coral reefs. Made from 71% recycled post-consumer plastic water bottles, they are ideal for all of your favorite water (or land) adventures. Designed by a scuba diver for all ranges of ocean lovers to be slightly thicker than your average sun shirt, to keep your upper body warmer longer.
71% Recycled Polyester (rPET, made from post-consumer plastic water bottles), 29% Elastane
Full dye sublimated printing creates the brightest and most accurate designs that will retain their color and won't fade
Soft, durable, and flexible fabric
Quick drying material thanks to fibers that have been engineered to be moisture wicking, breathable, and fast drying
UPF 50+ Protection
4-way stretch to ensure shape and stretch retention
Ultimate everyday comfort
These hand-drawn marine life t-shirts are one of a kind! Made from 100% recycled materials, they are ideal for all of your adventures. Designed by a scuba diver for all ranges of ocean lovers to promote marine life conservation and sustainable clothing choices.
- Made and printed by Recover Brands. Designed by OFAUNA.
- Made out of 100% recycled content. 50% post consumer PET, 50% upcycled cotton
- Made in the USA
- Printed using water-based inks
- Butter-soft fabric to the touch
- Extremely durable
- Vintage look and feel
D E S I G N E D F O R A L L B O D I E S
*All styles are fitted to hug the body, as this makes for the most effective rashguard, but with plenty of elasticity and stretch for comfort.
- This the right style for anyone who:
- feels that they have wider hips and narrower shoulders
- feels that they have a figure that might be described as 'pear-shaped', 'hour glass-shaped', or 'apple shaped'.
-may or may not have breasts
(Similar to a traditional 'womens' rashguard cut, but you do not need to be or identify as female to wear it.)
- This is the right style for anyone who:
- feels that they have broader shoulders than they do hips
- feels that they have a long body
- feels that they have a figure that might be described as 'straight up and down'
-may or may not have breasts
(Similar to a traditional 'mens' rashguard cut, but you do not need to be or identify as male to wear it.)
*Rashguards are true to your normal T-shirt size. If you find yourself in-between sizes, we recommend picking the larger size as the rashguards are form fitting.
Chest - measure around the widest part of your chest.
Waist - measure around your natural waist.
Hips - measure around the widest part of your hips.
Sleeve Length - measure from neckline down to your wrist.
Total Length - measure straight down from neckline to where rashguard will end.
"Project ‘Hiu’, Hiu being the Indonesian word for Shark, is an initiative which aims to provide alternative income to fishermen in one of the largest shark fisheries in Indonesia, and the world. By hiring the shark fishing boats and locals that man them, we sought to engage the fisherman in a very different role. Tourism. A natural, alternative income that simultaneously and effectively protects sharks. Project Hiu is founded on the recognition that the very solution to saving sharks, lay with the men raised to kill them." -Project Hiu
Regulation & Global Demand Reduction
"Accompanying our eco-tourism model, we also aim to focus on addressing the intangible root cause of this underlining crisis, the demand and poorly regulated shark fin trade.
By supporting Project Hiu you will be helping equip a team of filmmakers and scientists to expose and monitor threatened marine species, unethical operations and over fished ecosystems.
Project Hiu aims to address this issue by educating the end consumer on two main issues, the toxicity of shark meat and the profound strain and detriment being inflicted to livelihoods above and below the surface as a result of existing demand." -Project Hiu
Our mission address three critical issues: (1) the racial and socioeconomic achievement gap that undermines our ideals of freedom, equality and opportunity; (2) limited or restricted sense of youth agency and voice; and (3) cultivating the next generation of social conscious divers, scientists, conservationists and planetary stewards.
Black Girls Dive Foundation (BGDF) establishes space and opportunity to empower young ladies to explore their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) identity through marine science and conservation, and SCUBA diving. BGDF is a designated 501c(3), volunteer-based, educational non-profit organization founded in 2017 in Maryland.
"It is the mission of Sea Turtle Conservancy to ensure the survival of sea turtles within the Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific through research, education, training, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which they depend." -Sea Turtle Conservancy
"The Sea Turtle Conservancy, formerly known as the Caribbean Conservation Corporation, is the world’s oldest sea turtle research and conservation group. An international nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization, Sea Turtle Conservancy was founded in 1959 by world-renowned sea turtle expert Dr. Archie Carr to save sea turtles from eminent extinction through rigorous science-based conservation. Headquartered in Florida, the organization carries out worldwide programs to conserve and recover sea turtle populations through research, education, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which they depend. Over the course of nearly 60 years, Sea Turtle Conservancy’s research programs have yielded much of what is now known about sea turtles and the threats they face, and the organization is applying this knowledge to carry out the world’s most successful sea turtle protection and recovery programs." -The Sea Turtle Conservancy
Environment America Research & Policy Center
North Atlantic right whales are one of our ocean's most endangered species, and it's up to us to save them. Environment America -- a nationwide network of state-based non profits dedicated to protecting our clean air, clean water, and open spaces -- is spearheading a campaign to save the species. Their work includes public education events, earning media attention, and advocating for strong policy. To learn more about their campaign, and how you can help #SaveRightWhales, visit https://environmentamericacenter.org.