Rockstarlette Outdoors™ High Quality Activewear for Women Who Love Outdoor Adventure
  • Grey Flag High Waisted Bikini Bottom, UPF 50

    $29.99

    Our NEW High-Waisted Grey Flag Pattern Bikini Bottom is the perfect flattering addition to your summer must-haves! Looks great on a variety of different body types thanks to its high waistline and double-layered material. UPF 50 fabric blocks both UVA and UVB rays. Matching Bikini Top and Cropped Rash Guard also available! Made from recycled fabric materials (see info below). Lining in turquoise blue

    • UPF50+ protection (Blocks UVA and UVB rays)
    • Double layered (not reversible)
    • Tear-away care label 
    • Zig-zag contrast stitching in black
    • Fabric is OEKO-TEX 100 standard certified
    • Fabric is Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified

    CARE: To make your High Waist Bottoms last longer, thoroughly rinse it off after each use and get rid of any chlorine/salt residue.

    This All-Over Print High-Waisted Bikini Bottom is a unique product for Rockstarlette Outdoors as it’s our first swimsuit made from recycled polyester. Take a minute to read about rPET:

    What is recycled polyester?

    Recycled polyester (rPET for short) is a fabric that’s produced from synthetic fibers. Recycled polyester is produced by recycling existing materials (like plastic bottles and packaging) but still has all the characteristics and performance as a regular polyester, making it a more sustainable fabric alternative.

    How’s recycled polyester made?

    Recycled polyester is made by crushing plastic products into small pieces. These small pieces are then processed into yarn, transformed into a fiber, and in the end—made into a fabric.

    What are the advantages of recycled polyester?

    Producing rPet takes 33% to 53% less energy than creating polyester from scratch.  Also, rPet produces approximately 54.6% fewer CO2 emissions to the air than virgin polyester. 

    By using recycled materials to make things like this High-Waisted Bikini Bottom, at least some of the plastic waste produced doesn’t end up in landfills.

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