ABYSSE.

 

 

100% designed and handmade in California collection of women's wetsuits and active wear for the sea and land inspired by the idea of bringing function and fashion together into one being. The goal is to accommodate the demand for a sport garment that will be able to remain durable in the water through active lifestyles, yet still be fashionable.


THE WAY THEY WORK

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Abysse wetsuits are exclusively made from Japanese Limestone based Neoprene which is extremely durable and resistant to abrasions, allowing for a longer product life as well as enhanced performance throughout the product life.

All bikinis and Activewear are made out of 100% recycled Nylon from ghost fishing nets and discarded fabrics.

Abysse is a brand with a Purpose: to give back to the ocean and its habitants.

The core of Abysse is determined by its love and respect to the environment and everything that surrounds us. As a brand specializing in high-end wetsuits made to dive, to surf or to explore the ocean in any way possible, the fight for the conservation and preservation of the ocean is very close to our hearts.

Changes and degradation of the rapid decline of the ocean affects and concerns all of us humans. Now is the time to protect our wild oceans, as well as restore their health and secure their future. Now is the time to act.

SIRENS FOR THE SEA CAMPAIGNS

Abysse is partnering with the 'Sirens For The Sea' charity, a rad team of scientists contributing their time and skills to the greater good, each specializing in every worldwide oceanic and environmental issue, in order to create awareness and to educate the population and raise funds to make our planet a better place.

PROJECT REEF, TALKING TRASH CAMPAIGN, etc.


THE FOUNDER

I am from Tahiti, an island lost in the Pacific Ocean. I learned how to swim before I could walk, and that is when I discovered the beauty of nature and all the treasures in the ocean. I was born and raised in paradise, and my love for the ocean became unconditional.
— Hanalei Reponty