Into The Sea
The Seasuit Project

Designed by women, for women, to share their love of water. Almost a decade in the making, we’re proud to launch the Seasuit; a full-coverage swimsuit designed to enable access for all, empowering women with the choice of what they wear in the water.

Featuring

Winnie Poaty
Amira Patel
Laura Nesbitt
Rowan Clarke
Shirin Gerami
Dr. Easkey Britton

Buy One, Gift One

For every Seasuit or Hijab purchased, one will be donated to the Finisterre Foundation and given to successful applicants and existing charities. If you would like to apply for your own Seasuit, or on behalf of someone you know who would benefit, hit the link below.

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'Into The Sea' Seasuit

'Into The Sea' Seasuit

$203.00

'Into The Sea' Hijab

'Into The Sea' Hijab

$54.00

'Into The Sea' Seasuit

'Into The Sea' Seasuit

$203.00

'Into The Sea' Hijab

'Into The Sea' Hijab

$54.00

Watch The Film

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“From day one, this has been a collaboration between women, to take what they love, and make it easier for more women to do."

Dr Easkey Britton

Key Features

Developed specifically for surf and open water swimming, the Seasuit and Hijab offer coverage and security in a range of aquatic situations. 

Recycled

Recycled

Built with Seaqual Yarn, made from recycled ocean waste plastics.


UV Protection

Warmth

Full-body coverage offering SPF 50+ protection.


Modest Design

Breathability

Geometric pattern designed to distort contours of the body.


Offering a secure fit designed to hold fast in rough conditions, our swim Hijab offers coverage that you can rely on in the water.

Ergonomic Design

Breathability

3-paneled design for ergonomic fit .


Comfortable

Flexibility

Flatlocked seams to ensure comfort and durability.


Secure Fit

Thickness

Secure face fit, staying put in rough waters or high winds.


Watch The Story Of The Seasuit

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Evolving from its origins as an innovative surf solution to break down cultural barriers, this journey has been made possible by the community of female designers, makers and students who drove the project forward. This is their story.

This project was supported by The Finisterre Foundation