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Model wearing NAUTRA Activewear's Bluefin set of leggings and sports bra stading on the beach swinging a fishing net symbolising what the set she is wearing is made of (ECONYL Regenerated nylon).


 Our dedication to sustainability is fuelled by our love for oceans and a strong desire to preserve nature's beauty. 


To ensure minimal environmental impact without compromising on quality and performance, we carefully select materials for our garments. By utilising recycled ocean plastic and eco-friendly fabrics, we actively contribute to the reduction of waste and cleaner oceans. Our production methods also focus on creating timeless pieces that encourage conscious consumption—allowing you to buy fewer items, wear them longer, and embrace a slower, more mindful shopping experience.


Ethical manufacturing practices are paramount to us, as we prioritise fair and safe conditions for garment production, and collaborate solely with suppliers who share our values.


Supporting NAUTRA means advocating for sustainability and ocean conservation. We allocate a portion of our proceeds to fund initiatives that protect marine ecosystems, allowing you to actively contribute to preserving our planet's natural treasures. Together, we can create a more sustainable future, one stylish step at a time.

Our Fabrics
by Carvico & Jersey Lomellina

At NAUTRA, we are deeply committed to sustainable fashion and its positive impact on the planet. That's why we proudly present our exceptional fabric range, our activewear fabrics are exclusively sourced from the renowned and certified fabric mills Carvico & Jersey Lomellina. With their unwavering dedication to quality, sustainability, and ethical production standards, their expertise empowers us to create garments that embody our commitment to sustainability without compromising style or quality. 

We utilise two primary fabrics in our collection, each with its own unique sustainable story:

Model wearing NAUTRA Activewear's Whale Shark set of leggings and sports bra stading on the beach.
Model wearing NAUTRA Activewear's Orca set of leggings and sports bra stading on the beach.

ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon:

Our solid colour garments are made from ECONYL® regenerated nylon. This innovative fabric is created through the recycling of fishing nets and other discarded nylon waste. These fishing nets are responsibly recovered by dedicated volunteer divers from an organisation called Healthy Seas. By transforming these otherwise harmful materials into high-quality nylon fabric, we are reducing waste and giving a new purpose to materials that would otherwise pollute our oceans.

Renew Techno:

 For our printed garments, we use Renew Techno fabric. This remarkable material is derived from the recycling of plastic bottles and post-consumer plastic waste, recycled polyester (rPET). By collecting and repurposing these plastic items, we contribute to reducing the environmental impact of plastic pollution. Renew Techno fabric not only ensures vibrant and long-lasting prints but also promotes a circular economy by giving new life to discarded plastic.

Model wearing NAUTRA Activewear's Wahoo set of shortsand sports bra stading on the beach with a plastic bottle in her hand symbolising what the set she is wearing is made of.
Model wearing the Recycled Fleece - Women’s Wahoo Print Striped Sherpa Half zip Jacket from NAUTRA Activewear in Sa Calobra mountain range.

Sherpa Fleece Fabric

Our Sherpa fleeces feature fabric created using Global recycling standard certified rPET, which in turn is made by recycling plastic bottles and other post-consumer plastic waste that would otherwise end up in landfills or our oceans. 

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Ghost Nets

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Plastic Bottles

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Deni Ramirez swimming with whale sharks wearing the whale shark high waisted leggings from NAUTRA Activewear.

Whale Shark Mexico

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AIMM Portugal

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