We aim to save you time by carefully sourcing the most sustainable products for outdoor swimming.
1% of all sales donated to environmental organisations.
Keep your feet clean and warm with these upcycled neoprene changing mats. Each mat is made in the Lake District in collaboration with Dirtbags.
We source quality products which will bring joy to your swimming whilst leaving the least impact on the planet. When it comes to sustainability, everyone has different priorities. To make it easier for you, we have categorised each product against the following values.
Our electronic gift voucher is a handy option if you are not sure what to buy for someone, or perhaps have left things a little too late. When you purchase a voucher, it will be automatically sent to you to print at home or to forward to the recipient.
Sea & Stream was founded after we realised that our passion for wild swimming may be harming the natural environment that we love.
Save time and postage by asking us to gift wrap any item in the shop and send it onto the recipient.
At least 1% of your purchase is given to UK environmental charities that campaign for, and preserve the environment that we love. We are proud members of the Surfers Against Sewage 250 club. The charity tackles plastic pollution and protects the UK's coastlines for all to enjoy safely and sustainably. To find out more about what Surfers Against Sewage do, please, follow the link.
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