With the United Nations Climate Summit underway, we’ve been thinking about what effects fashion has on our envionrment and how sustainability can be intergrated into the industry. So it’s pleasing to see brands like The Rocks Push who are not only producing well-designed swimwears, but also working to protect the environment by joining forces with the Australian Marine Conservation Society to save the endangered Great Barrier Reef.
The Rocks Push – named after an 18th Century gang in Sydney – will donate 100 percent of all profits from sales of the all Shoal print shorts to the Fight to Save Our Reef campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness for protecting the UNSECO World Heritage Great Barried Reef from the industrialisation threats that endanger it.
Designed to wear all weekend, The Rocks Push range has six styles across men’s and boys, and there is a cut to suit various body shapes. The shorts are made from light, quick-drying nylon, with flat seams for comfort, double-stitching for rugged wear and adjustable for big waves.
Each pair of shorts also has a waterproof wallet that slips into the back zip pocket to keep phone and keys dry while swiming – a handy feature for anyone.