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Recycled Headband Made From Pre-Consumer Waste

Color: Tiger Shark Trailblazer
Whale Shark Warrior
Sea Turtle Survival
Tiger Shark Trailblazer
Sun-Kissed Sea
Cosmic Coral
Fountain of Youth
Abalone Restoration
Nurse Shark Nirvana
Atlantic Spotted Dolphin
Spotted Eagle Ray
Invasive Lionfish
Sea Fan-Atic
Parrotfish Protection
SpongeBob Jellyfish Fields
SpongeBob Floral
Black Circularity
Mantis Moxie
Coral Conservation

Every time we make clothing from a roll of fabric, there are some “scraps” that get left behind. This lonely material, known as “pre-consumer” waste, contributes significantly to the environmental footprint of clothing. Enter headbands! Made from the leftover recycled material used for our leggings, our headbands are quick drying, moisture wicking and breathable while also enabling us to reduce our pre-consumer waste.

Updated design for less slip and added versatility. Wide width (3”) to protect your hair from your mask while diving, or to soak up that extra sweat from your most killer workouts.

Materials: 88% Repreve® RPET (recycled polyester made from post-consumer plastic bottles), 12% spandex

Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
Falon McAlpin
Spotted Dolphin Headband

Love this! It stayed in place my whole dive first time! Going to use it again today! Definitely going to buy more!

Donna Considine (Rotonda West, FL, US)
Great fit!

The colors are vivid and beautiful and the headband fits perfectly. I love wearing them to the gym.

Sabrina Woofter (Christiansted, C, VI)
Soft, beautiful, functional

I received 2 soft, beautiful headbands that worked just as they should to keep my baby hairs from underneath and in front of my mask.

Nicole (Zurich, ZH, CH)

Recycled Headband Made From Pre-Consumer Waste

Darryl Hearn (Brookhaven, MS, US)

Recycled Headband Made From Pre-Consumer Waste

Peter Dimitriou (Warren, MI, US)
Love these products!!!

I’m big on on protecting our oceans and unabashed about showing it. I wear them scrunchies on my wrists and am growing out my hair so I can make more proper use of them. I’m already wearing the headbands to hold back the hair I do have. #lovewaterlust!!!