Expand Your Horizon

"Lightspeed" swimwear range is inspired by athlete Lucy Wardle

Famed for her extraordinary high diving Lucy broke the world record in 1985 gracefully
leaping from a 36,8m high board in Ocean Park, Hong Kong.

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The PCT Set

Australia is surrounded by the Ocean, and population density is focused at the junctions between land and sea. We appreciate our horizon, an engagement with the environment is part of the life of every sport lover who enjoys the outdoors and we hope that we can contribute to improving the declining eco-system.

The Float Set

The ‘Stopwatch’ range features the component shape that traditionally forms the numbers
on a digital clock interface.

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Ethically Australian Designed and Made recycled quality Italian fabrics

We have mindfully created Horizon to reflect this love and respect for the environment as a whole and to tackle and raise awareness of the issues facing our planet, one of which is the enormous amount of plastic waste in our Oceans. ‘Leading environmentalists see the end of most sea life happening within the next 6 - 16 years’ (Parley for the Oceans). A shocking statistic demonstrating one of the dramatic effects of pollution. Our active and swim range is made with Econyl®, a recyled fibre made from abandoned fishing nets and other post consumer waste.

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Stopwatch

‘Stopwatch’ activewear range is inspired by a unique and empowered heroine: Florence Griffith Joyner.
As fast as an arrow, ‘FloJo’ was a track and field athlete. She broke the world record running 100m in 10:49 seconds at the Olympic trials in 1988.

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Stopwatch

‘Stopwatch’ activewear range is inspired by a unique and empowered heroine: Florence Griffith Joyner.
As fast as an arrow, ‘FloJo’ was a track and field athlete. She broke the world record running 100m in 10:49 seconds at the Olympic trials in 1988.

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Watamu Bikini

"Lightspeed" features color blocks and prism shaped cutouts as seen in the difraction of light through water.

Lightspeed

Famed for her extraordinary high diving Lucy broke the world record in 1985 gracefully
leaping from a 36.8m high board in Ocean Park, Hong Kong.

As a passionate cliff diver Lucy Wardle cites her love for the sport as being based on a
appreciation for its combination of nature and extreme sport.

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