Tidal Vision Upcycles Ocean By Products Into Clothing & Accessories

Tidal Vision Upcycles Ocean By Products Into Clothing & Accessories

Alaskan commercial fishing captain Craig Kasberg wants to do something about all the wasted by products that the fishing industry overlooks.

Fish Skin LeatherReducing fish waste and encouraging sustainable fishing, Tidal Vision, which was established in 2014, takes inspiration from ocean communities, using by products from the fish and crab industry for making fashion and accessories. It’s already a growing trend within the industry, from eel skin clutches to fish skin leather textile alternatives and even Nike Atlantic salmon leather trainers.

“We believe that if the Ocean’s byproducts were used to their fullest Nike Fish Leather Shoespotential, it would add value to the fisheries struggling from the costs of protecting against overfishing, pollution, and habitat damaging fishing methods.”

The fishing industry produces 40% by product waste, so this is an efficient way to protect the ocean’s ecosystems, while adding a little innovation and edge to contemporary style. Stay tuned for Tidal Vision’s Kikstarter campaign and product store soon to follow!

 

 

 

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