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REAL SWIM WEAR

Davy J is a swimwear brand for THE WILD. Designed to survive a dive, pull off a cliff jump or handle a waterfall, it's a new kind of BEACHwear - one that you can swim in

 
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THE WASTE COLLECTION 2017

OUR FIRST COLLECTION uses 100% regenerated nylon yarn from waste including spent and ghost fishing nets. an average of 640,000 tons of fishing nets are left in the oceans every year (1/10 of all marine litter). For every ton of waste nets collected there is enough nylon regenerated to create more than 10,000 swimsuits

 
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SURVIVE THE DIVE

Our suits are designed to last longer, fighting the trend of throwaway fashion and creating something that can keep up with you in all conditions. A double lined, high elastane composition provides extra strength, durability and shape; with hidden rubber edging and cross back designs our styles are built to ensure you surface from the water in the same condition as you entered it.

 
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CIRCULAR ECONOMY

WE are AIMING TO build a closed-loop resource system within the brand. While OUR SUITS ARE BUILT TO LAST, when THEY DO eventually reach the end of THEIR life we want you to Return them to us and we will FIND A WAY TO REUSE THE resourceS. The target will be to achieve 60% closed loop recycling by 2020.

 
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FRIENDS OF DAVYJ

Davy J are proud to partner with Positive Luxury who award the Butterfly Mark to luxury brands in recognition of their commitment to social and environmental sustainability. We aim to inspire and motivate people to really consider the design, manufacture and life of the products that they buy as well as the resources that go into making them.

Davy J are proud to partner with Positive Luxury who award the Butterfly Mark to luxury brands in recognition of their commitment to social and environmental sustainability. We aim to inspire and motivate people to really consider the design, manufacture and life of the products that they buy as well as the resources that go into making them.