It's been a busy period since our last update with material testing, photoshoots and website updates. We've had the biggest drop of new products to date, from the expansion of our existing Ocean Range to the introduction of our new Sea Range, which is available in various colours and also made using recycled ocean plastic.
Extension of our existing Ocean Range
We've extended our range to include single colour options of our existing headcovers, as well as the inclusion of fairway wood headcovers that fit all sizes of fairway woods.
You can check out our Ocean Range in our online store via the link below.
Our new Sea Range
We've created our new Sea Range of headcovers and pouches, which are also made using recycled ocean plastic. The external fabric is made from 75% SEAQUAL yarn and 25% post-consumer recycled plastic and is extremely soft and durable. SEAQUAL yarn is made up of approximately 10% recovered ocean plastic and 90% post-consumer recycled plastic, which carries both certification for OEKO-TEX standard 100 and the Global Recycled Standard. We're offering our products in the following colours:
We may be biased but we are delighted with how these have come out and we think you'll agree. Our new fleeced inner lining is also made from post-consumer recycled plastic, which carries the same OEKO-TEX standard 100 and Global Recycled Standard certification.
You can check out our Sea Range in our online store via the link below.
Fancy something unique?
If you are interested in stocking Tidal Links products as part of your business or would like products for an event, we offer competitive pricing on wholesale orders. You can also take advantage of our custom embroidery service, where you can have your own logo embroidered. Minimum order is 25 products for this service.
You can find our new and updated brochure on our website by clicking the button below.
With the recent sunny weather and rising temperatures we are seeing in the UK, a large number of us enjoy spending time at the beach. Our beautiful coastlines are there to be enjoyed and we all have a responsibility to clear up after ourselves to ensure that our beaches remain clean and safe for not only people, but the animals that live there.
Unfortunately there have been multiple reports in the news of mass littering on beaches during periods of sunny weather, which is a large contributor to the ocean plastic waste we see in the UK. Littering in Scotland alone puts an estimated 1,000 tonnes of plastic into the sea.
Image credit: The Guardian
Once again, thank you for your continued support and we hope everyone is having a great season so far. Catch up again soon.
Tidal Links Team.