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Apnee

70

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We are oceans lovers. We make recycled swimwear from plastic waste.

VALUES

Natural, Organic, Recycled, 100% Made in Europe

CLOTHING

SWIMWEAR

FOOTWEAR

ACCESSORIES

BABIES - KIDS

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SUPPLY CHAIN

62

/ 100

Made in

Portugal

Production

The whole production is outsourced to partner manufacturers.

Other production details

Packaging / Packing

Unknown

Shipping

Standard shipping solutions.

SOCIAL IMPACT

67

/ 100

Having 100% of their production in Europe strongly increases chances to have a product made in fair conditions.

Additional information

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

54

/ 100

Having 100% of their production in Europe reduces the environmental impact of the brand.

Circularity

They partly use recycled materials.

Recyclability

- Products

100% recyclable / upcyclable.

- Packaging / Packing

Unknown

Additional information

MATERIALS

80

/ 100

Materials used to manufacture the products

Recycled plastic, organic cotton, linen, silk.

We recommend using a Guppyfriend bag when washing your clothes made of recycled plastic to limit microplastic pollution.

Materials characteristics

Natural, organic and recycled materials.

Materials origin

Partly sourced in Europe.

For clothes, learn more and check our Fabrics index here

ABOUT

Apnée was born from a passion, that of the oceans and the seabed.

Our dream: to shape a universe whose history gives pride of place to the underwater world, like Jacques Mayol and Enzo Maiorca, legendary freedivers who never cease to inspire us.

An idea that, over the course of our expeditions, has evolved into a deep desire: that of transcribing the magnificence of the oceans through beachwear pieces for men.

Thus in May 2017, after several months of intense research, three excursions to the north of Portugal, multiple exchanges with craftsmen with inexhaustible know-how and enthusiasm, Apnée was born.

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Headquarters

Paris, France

Date of creation

2017

Shipping

Worldwide

Last update

August 2021

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