Taika Cross Back Tri
This sustainable bikini top is made in our all-time favourite Cross Back Tri cut that we’ve had since the very beginning! The fabric used in this top is Econyl, a regenerated nylon yarn made from discarded waste plastics, such as fishing nets and plastic bottles collected from our oceans. This top has a slight padding and a wide band under the bust to provide more support. The braided cross straps are tied in the back to offer you adjustability for the best fit. Combine this top with our matching high-waisted bottoms or for example our surf shorties in the same print.
- 78% recycled nylon collected from our oceans (Econyl), 22% elastane
- Padded cups
- No underwires
- Double lined and stitched seamless
- Ethically handmade in Guangzhou
Love the look of this sustainable bikini top? We’ve gathered some useful information below:
We know that swimwear sizing can be tricky! If you need any help, do not hesitate to get in contact.
A lot of sizing is up to individual preference: you can think of whether you like your swimwear to be tight-fitting, which we recommend for water sports, or a bit on the looser side, which on the other hand is perfect for tanning and relaxing. If you prefer a snug fit, shop your usual size – if you prefer a more loose-fitting size or a bit more coverage, choose a size up. If you are in between sizes, you could probably wear both – the smaller one will be snug and the larger one more loose-fitting.
Please also note that swimwear will also always feel snug when worn dry and for the first time. The fabric will always get a tad softer after being worn a couple of times.
You can find our detailed size charts here.
The fabric used in this set is Econyl, a nylon yarn regenerated from discarded waste plastics, such as fishing nets and plastic bottles collected from our oceans. These post-consumer waste plastics are given a new life in form of our activewear through a process that involves breaking down the nylon polymer into monomers, then regenerating the nylon into a new yarn. The breakdown process is done with only temperature and steam, without the use of harmful chemical agents, in a renewable energy driven process. Reusing nylon to make Econyl reduces the environmental impact of nylon by 80% compared with the material produced from crude oil. Read more about the process via the fabric manufacturer’s website.
- Do not machine wash, tumble dry or iron.
- Do not hang your swimwear to dry from the straps to avoid stretching.
- Dry in shade to avoid fading.
- Rinse with fresh water after every use.
- Avoid contact with suncream and tanning oils.
You can find our product care guide here.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
We absolutely love every single one of the items we have created and we hope you feel the same! If for any reason you don’t, don’t worry! We have a full 14-day exchange and return policy counted from the day you receive your order. You can return your entire order or any part of it for a full refund, shipping cost excluded. We also offer exchanges for incorrect sizes or for any other reason. Please refer to our Returns & Exchanges page to start your return.
If you have any questions about this product, please do not hesitate to get in contact – you can reach us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. x