We are delighted to welcome Crazy Arms to Healthy Seas! They will be supporting our work by donating 1% from every purchase of their ingenious new product!
Launched in 2018, Crazy Arms are revolutionary slip-on UPF 50+ sleeves, so light they feel like a second skin. They are made with fabric containing regenerated ECONYL® yarn, made from old fishing nets and other nylon waste.
Designed and made in Australia, Crazy Arms were created by three Sydney dads who experienced the daily battle of getting their kids to wear sunscreen, the mess, and then further battles interrupting some ‘important business’ to reapply every couple of hours.
We asked Martin, Jason and Stephen why they are supporting Healthy Seas:
“Australia is an ocean-loving country, but even though we are far from other countries, marine debris and ghost fishing nets are a huge issue all around the continent, from The Great Australian Bight in the South to the Gulf of Carpentaria in the North, and of course, the Great Barrier Reef. Alongside the good work done by local organisations, our donation to Healthy Seas is linked directly to the product we sell, and a vision that we could help inspire future Healthy Seas initiatives in our own oceans. From our first day on sale we have been making donations to Healthy Seas and hope this will grow as we grow over time.”
We hope you check out Crazy Arms and order some for yourself or little ones.