The Re-Roam Project

In 2018, as a part of our Sustainability Journey, we set up the RE-ROAM project. An initiative dedicated to exploring, developing and introducing alternatives recycled fabrics and materials. With exciting announcements on the horizon, we took time to reflect on how far we’ve come.

To celebrate our progress so far, we’re planting 5 trees for ever order until the end of this month (June 2019)

RE-ROAM Boardshorts

It all began with our RE-ROAM boardshorts range. Developed with an airy, weightless and durable fabric that is quick drying and features 2-way stretch. Best yet, each pair is lovingly made from 13 recycled single-use plastic bottles.

Explore Men's Boardshorts Explore Women's Boardshorts


We’ve introduced knitwear crafted from Yak hair, recycled pre and post consumer organic cotton and linen. The result is a super soft and naturally breathable knit that will see you through when the temperatures drop.

Explore Men's Knits Explore Women's Knits


All our orders are shipped in recycled FSC certified wood pulp paper bags. Untreated, chemical free, recyclable and fully biodegradable. We’ve tried and tested countless alternatives and believe this solution to have the lightest footprint.

Our Sustainability Policy



Get your head in the game with our incoming recycled caps range. This autumn sees 5-panel flat peaks crafted from a recycled cotton cord alongside our classic 6-panel snapbacks, now made from recycled cotton. A sustainable alternative to an everyday travel companion.


Our Autumn and Winter range this year brings with it an outerwear range built from a 100% recycled polyester outer shell, a material made from recycled single-use plastic bottles. As well as this, all Passenger jackets, coats and outerwear will be 100% PFC-Free.


We’re continuing to increase recycled and sustainable offerings into our future ranges. As we look ahead to Summer 20, there’s going to be plenty to talk about, that's for sure. We’re also developing our most ambitious RE-ROAM product to date, with an anticipated launch date of February 2020.

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