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Salvaged Outdoor Gear Gets New Life, Thanks to a Surfer-Designer Duo

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Sealand is a brand dedicated to making sustainable, upcycled products from old sails and tents.

See Design Indaba's full collection of featured South African creatives here.

Designer Jasper Eales and big wave surfer and businessman Mike Schlebach have teamed up to create a new brand, Sealand,...
"Mike and I have worked on a few collaborative projects together over the years, and through them we identified mutual...
Sealand launched on December 1, 2015.
“We believe in functionality and quality that stands the test of time,” says Eales.
Each piece of upcycled material used in Sealand’s range is chosen for its color or pattern.
Eales, a 2013 Design Indaba Emerging Creative whose surfboard rack won Most Beautiful Object in South Africa two years...
Eales tells us the Sealand products are headed to France and New Zealand in 2016, and that he has been working on...
For more information on Sealand products, see their website.
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