Finisterre Unveils A Stylish Collection For Your Summer Surf Adventures

Apr 24, 2019

Category: Style

According to the U.K.’s Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s coastline measures up at around 11,072 miles. For reference, California’s is only 840 miles in length. So while it might at first seem paradoxical for a surf brand to come out of England, it’s not exactly a longshot. That goes double when the folks behind the brand clearly have their finger on the pulse of modern surf culture, as does Finisterre — which can be seen in their Summer 2019 Collection.

If there’s one thing Finisterre does well — which is abundantly clear in this new catalog of offerings — it’s simple, useful, comfortable, eco-conscious gear. That’s why they’ve incorporated Econyl — a material made from recycled nylon fishing nets — into the jackets, shorts, headwear, t-shirts, and more that make up this collection. They’ve also partnered with Vivobarefoot to release footwear made from algal bloom, as well as a hat and backpack. From the beach to the bar, board shorts to beanies, Zanzibar to Alaska — this Finisterre gear will serve you brilliantly. Prices start as low as $15.

Purchase: $15+

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