Nov 7 2013, 3:23am CST | by PR.com
Dorking, United Kingdom, November 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Based in the UK, and with designs heavily influenced by its new Zealand heritage; young, ethical surf clothing brand, Wave Native has launched a new Kickstarter campaign, aimed at raising funds to help it develop and launch a new range of men’s and women’s eco-friendly, ethically-manufactured board shorts.
Says Paul Spiers, founder, Wave Native: “Wave Native is a young surfwear clothing company with a strong ethical focus. All our clothing is manufactured by companies that comply by international fair trading and manufacturing standards. We now planning to take or ethical philosophy one step further with the launch of a new range of board shorts made from recycled and regenerated materials and fabrics. We’ve done the research, designed the products and we know they’ll be light, comfortable, hardwearing, quick drying and with some outstanding and unique designs.”
If the campaign successfully meets the target figure, all pledges are then realised and those who pledge their support for the Wave Native Kickstarter campaign will be rewarded with Wave Native stickers, hoodies or tees based on their pledge levels:
· Wave Native stickers for £10 or more pledge
· A Wave Native tee for £30 or more pledge
· A Wave Native hoodie for £60 or more pledge; and
· A Wave native hoodie and tee for £100 or more pledge.
Concludes Spiers: “We really hope our campaign captures the imagination of the crowd funding, ethical fashion, surfing and sporting communities and that as many people as possible get behind Wave Native, our new boardies and our desire to create a truly ethical global surf brand. We’re passionate about surfing and our commitment to creating a global Wave Native family of similar-minded surfers and supporters.”
Wave Native’s Kickstarter campaign will run until 30th November. Go to: http://kck.st/17JYvLn for further details of the campaign.
Paul Spiers, founder, Wave Native
T: 0845 017 7522
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