Sea Foam Swimshorts

$79.00 AUD

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These limited edition baru ‘Sea Foam’ swimshorts are expertly crafted for the modern day outdoorsman. Suitable in and out of the water they’re great for any casual setting from beachfront to the local social.

Featuring a unique combination of 92% recycled polyester and 8% spandex, double stitch lines, and a durable back pocket zipper – these shorts are made to last and feel great so you can worry less while getting out there and doing what you love.

Every pair comes with a free organic tote bag! 

‘Sea Foam’ is a limited edition original print, illustrating Victoria’s playful and inclusive vibe that’s so often centred around our oceans.

Did you know?

baru's swimshorts are manufactured with 10 used plastic water bottles and recovered ocean waste that’s been collected, cleaned and melted into a workable fabric. Every pair of shorts they’ve created has helped reduce both landfill and ocean waste. What legends!


Australia: 3-5 business days

  • FREE delivery within Australia

New Zealand: 4-6 business days

  • Standard international rates apply
  • Calculation provided at checkout

International: 2-4 weeks

  • Standard international rates apply
  • Calculation provided at checkout
  • Unfortunately we cannot deliver to the USA or Canada.

About baru

From our coastlines to our forests. From the colours we select to the designs we print. We care about sustainability, not only for our environment, but for our minds as well. We’re baru, we’re for the conscious kind.

Ethically and emotionally sustainable apparel that's inspired by the Victorian outdoors.

We’re baru, we’re for the conscious kind. baru is an Australian sustainable fashion brand that's been created by the next generation who are sick of seeing big brands profit off big pollution. From recycled water bottles recovered from our oceans converted into swimshorts, to 100% organic cotton tees and shirts, baru is attempting to make a positive change to the fashion industry. baru is more than just a clothing brand though! For young people, feelings of anxiety, stress and depression are on the rise. Nature can help counter that, which is why a chunk of every sold product goes towards a Making Tracks fund, helping young Aussies to go camping, hiking and beach-tripping.