OUR SHORTS - Made from recycled plastic bottles which helps clean the ocean

We use a fabric called REPREVE® to make THE ROCKS PUSH Swim Shorts.

Recycled plastic bottles are cleaned, chopped, melted and turned into REPREVE resin. Then the resin is melted, extruded and transformed into REPREVE a high quality recycled fibre, then made into fabric.

Each pair is double stitched for durability, features secure drawstrings and is crafted from sturdy, quick-dry nylon which gives them the added stretch factor. 

There are about five recycled plastic bottles in every pair of THE ROCKS PUSH Men’s Swim Shorts. 

OUR LINEN SHIRTS -  Made from 100% European flax which reduce CO2

THE ROCKS PUSH Linen Shirts are made from certified European flax which helps reduce our global carbon footprint. Flax also helps soil renew, it uses just rainwater and requires no additional irrigation, fertilisers or pesticides for the 100-day growing cycle. 

THE ROCKS PUSH Linen Shirts are moisture-wicking, durable and soft. They will keep you looking cool and fresh on those balmy summer nights. Throw them on with THE ROCKS PUSH recycled swim short and you’re ready to go.

OUR RASHIES -  Made from recycled Lycra

THE ROCKS PUSH Rashies are made in Australia from recycled lycra which otherwise would become landfill. 

THE ROCKS PUSH Rashies are soft to touch, light to wear, quick to dry, as well as chlorine resistant, they feature flat lock stitching for durability and most importantly, SPF50 protection - the perfect rashie for everyone!