VEOVEO Swimwear are made with ECONYL® regenerated nylon from fishing nets recovered from the seabed and other nylon waste.
Discover our shorts, rashguards, bikinis and whole suits with the highest ultraviolet protection factor, UPF + 50.
A waterproof bag for storage is included with each swimsuit.
What is UPF 50+?
UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor and is a rating system to indicate the UV (Ultraviolet) protection provided by fabrics. UPF measures how much of the sun’s UV radiation is absorbed or “blocked” by fabric, effectively protecting the skin underneath. UPF ratings range from 15 to 50, and a higher UPF rating indicates greater protection. Garments that are rated UPF 50+ offer excellent UV protection.
All VEOVEO swimwears and accessories are rated UPF 50+
It is a type of Nylon made from plastic waste recovered from the seabed (mainly ghost fishing nets).
The Econyl® regeneration system is an industrial system created by the Aquafil group which, in association with Healthy Seas and Ghost Fishing, recover abandoned fishing nets and then treat them and turn them into Nylon threads.
With VEOVEO swimsuits we help to clean the oceans, we reduce carbon emissions and we can recycle these swimsuits infinitely.
All swimsuits are ethically and sustainably designed and manufactured in Mexico City.