Bondi Bandits are on a mission. Actually...we’re on quite a few missions.
Firstly.. we believe the ocean doesn’t care if you’re a boy or a girl. That’s why our Rashies are Unisex, designed to be worn by anyone.
Secondly.. if you’re in the ocean, you should be looking after it. Our Rashies are made from discarded and recycled fishing nets. Instead of catching fish...they’re now catching waves.
And wouldn’t you know it, our Swim Bags are also 100% recyclable too.
Finally... we reckon even a start-up business like ourselves should be striving to leave a positive impact. We are passionate to create a future of strong women and to advocate for young women around the world and that’s why we’re immensely proud to support Free to Shine, a charity fighting to put Cambodian girls in schools, and out of brothels. With every purchase you make - you’re supporting them too.
Meet Amy and Annie; Bondi girls and surfing rebels with a strong will to make a difference in the world.
They weren’t always Bandits. But, while out looking to buy surf rashies for their kids, they noticed something very ’un-bandit'... there were only really two colours. Blue for boys, and pink for girls.
So, while out on their boards waiting for the next wave, they decided to do something about it. They decided to bring cool, unisex and sustainable surfing apparel to the children’s surf industry. They decided to be Bandits.
Amy and Annie, have a huge motivation behind them to create a positive impact. They believe in empowering girls in all ways, be it in the surf or in everyday life. They believe that Bondi Bandits can help to make a community to support women all around the world. They are passionate to support women through education and encourage independent, strong women of the future.