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Turning discarded fishing nets into hats

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Giving discarded fishing nets a new start
Discarded fishing nets are one of the most harmful forms of plastic pollution in the ocean. That’s why the material used for the brim stiffeners in these new hats is made from damaged nets collected in fishing communities in Chile and Argentina. By choosing NetPlus®  you’re helping repurpose 71,000 pounds of waste per year.
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Women’s Pastel P-6 Label Layback Trucker Hat
Women’s Pastel P-6 Label Layback Trucker Hat
Boardshort Label Funfarer Cap
Boardshort Label Funfarer Cap
P-6 Label Trad Cap
P-6 Label Trad Cap
P-6 Logo Trucker Hat
P-6 Logo Trucker Hat
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NetPlus® hats will keep over 35 tons of harmful waste out of the ocean this year.
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Women’s Pastel P-6 Logo Organic Cotton Crew T-Shirt
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Two women on the beach staring out at the waves
The Unridden
Two surfers in the water watching an enormous wave
by Kosuke Fujikura
4 Min Read
“Our main objective was a slabby A-frame that breaks deep inside a bay on the opposite side of the island. Yusei had been looking at the wave for years, but no one had taken a crack at it.”
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Photos: (Middle) Liz Clark and Belinda Baggs settled in at their beach camp in Victoria, Australia. JARRAH LYNCH (Bottom) Keeping a safe distance, Yusei Ikariyama and Kohl Christensen gaze down the gullet of a hungry slab. HISAYUKI TSUCHIYA
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