We share a common love for the sea and respect for the environment. It is always within or by the sea that we find inspiration or where we escape to. We are set on providing the European cold water surfers with sustainable products: fit for purpose last.

We are committed to developing our activity in a conscientious manner, therefore establishing sustainability policies across all areas of impact. At our headquarters all waste is separated and recycled. But we are also looking to reduce waste produced: there are no disposable plastic containers for beverages at the office.

Furthermore, we strive to produce a range of products with organic cotton, recycled fabrics, limestone and yulex neoprene.
We aim to design the best possible products fitted to the needs of consumers. In doing so, we hope it will be
better cared for, lasting longer. We also make a deep effort in having a low CFCs
rate by making 80% of our production of lifestyle collection in Portugal.

We always have in mind to make small production series, avoiding stocks. In our product developments the sourcing for
stock left overs of fabrics is always a crucial step so we can give a contribution to wastage reduction in textile industry.

Recycled Polyester

A wide selection of our board shorts are made
with fabrics knitted with polyester yarn made from recycled plastic bottles certified by Global Recycled Standard (GRS) 4.0. This helps reduce waste and material consumption at the same time. Reduz-se assim desperdício e consumo de materiais, em simultâneo.

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton farming does not use pesticides, genetically modified organism seeds or chemical fertilizers, which end up in our water systems, food, animals and, ultimately, in our bodies. It preserves biodiversity, restores and builds up the soil and saves a lot of water. We always make effort to have at least 20% of our lifestyle collection in organic cotton and we plan to have a solid increase in each season to achieve a compliance of at least 80% of the cotton we used to be organic.


    Eco Friendly Wetsuits

    Before designing each wetsuit, Deeply designers always consider how to make it as eco-friendly
    as possible, always striving to achieve a lasting product.

    Limestone Neoprene

    We use earth mined limestone to replace petrochemicals in our neoprene. It Comes from nature and has less environmental impact.

    Neoprene Recycling Process

    Our supplier recycle as much neoprene production waste as possible and turn them into qualified products, thus minimizing the waste that goes to landfills.

     5.000kg neoprene waste reborn every year

    Eco Carbon Black

    Carbon Black, one of the key ingredients, is now pyrolyzed from scrap rubber tires. This significantly reduces energy consumption and cuts CO2 emission by 200g per suit.

    REDUÇÃO 72% Emission Declined

    Neoprene repair program

    All quality claims are processed through repair, recycling or donation to our Surfschools. We will care for your wetsuit in or out of warranty. Whenever possible your wetsuit will be repaired in one of our trusted repair centers. Let’s keep your favorite products with you for longer.

    We also use dope-dying infuses dye pigments into molten plastic solution to produce colored yarns without the dying process.
    This allows for huge water and energy savings as well as water pollution reduction.

    Yulex Neoprene

    Made with neoprene-free 85% YulexTM natural rubber/15% synthetic rubber (by polymer content) that meets our rigorous standards for performance, durability, warmth and sustainability. The natural rubber comes from hevea trees from sources that are Forest Stewardship Council© certified by the Rainforest Alliance; the synthetic rubber is chlorine-free.


      Bluesign - System Partner

      Our fabric mills have received the bluesign System Partner certification. In addition to monitoring the reasonable use of chemicals, our manufacturer’s energy and water resource usage efficiency and waste disposal comply with the most demanding standards in the global textile industry.