Recycled leash made in France 6′
🌎 1 leash purchased = 1.95 euros collected for our partner associations
- Size: 7’0
- 40% recycled TPU rope.
- Strap 100% recycled wetsuits 2mm & webbing seat belts.
- Double swivel in marine grade stainless steel.
- Rail saver 25mm.
- Recycled cord.
- Rope thickness: 7mm
- Conditions: Designed for wave heights from 50 cm to 2.5m
- Thought, designed and made in France 🇫🇷 , this leash allows you to reduce your footprint!
An eco-designed product for all surfers.
This leash is 100% repairable – Each part can be purchased separately. (rope, strap, screws, swivels, rail saver)
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L'HOMME COMME MENACE SUR L'OCEAN
Every year, 12.7 million tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans – the equivalent of a garbage truck every minute. However, the smallest piece of plastic is a threat to biodiversity because it can trap, suffocate, strangle and kill marine animals.
Innovation should have no limit except our imagination! In a world where waste invades us, let’s learn to transform it, to sublimate it. In an industry that has been static for decades, let’s try to bring the winds of change.
At Nomads we want to propose projects with positive impact by committing ourselves to waste recovery, eco-design and responsible production. That’s how the Nomads Surfing leash was born, created from end-of-life materials like seatbelts and neoprene suits.
Neoprene at the end of its life
End-of-life neoprene is a real problem for the surf industry.
Difficult to recycle and often buried in landfill, we propose a concrete solution by reusing parts of wetsuits for the manufacture of our leash straps. We then grind the rest of the combination to agglomerate it into a new material.
Un impact environnemental minime
To further reduce our impact on the environment, our leashes are made in France.
The rope is extruded in the north of France. The castings near Thiers. Finally the sewing is done in Bordeaux and the final assembly in our workshop.
The rope is made of partially recycled TPU (40%).
The strap is composed of safety belts recovered from scrap yards and neoprene suits at the end of their life.
PRÉSERVER ET PROTÉGER L’OCÉAN
Waste are becoming more and more numerous on our coast and in our ocean. Our mission is to offer you products that contribute to the protection of our ecosystems every day. This is our mission. The more we recycle, the less we destroy.
5% donated to the associations we support
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