Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet
Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet

Hat: Help California's Kelp - Patch the Planet

Regular price $40.00

Crafted hand-in-hand with a Californian crew of artists, brands, and marine scientists, this collectors edition 'Help California's Kelp' hats have been upcycled and re-patched with kelp-inspired artwork - PATCH THE PLANET.

Every hat sold restores ten square feet of giant kelp forest in Southern California.

Please be patient with us - shipping may be delayed due to COVID. Rest assured - they'll be shipped during April for Earth Month.

The ‘Help California’s Kelp’ hat features the inspired brushstrokes of waterman/artist Britt Tobia, translated into an embroidered patch, hand-stitched - by our friends at Slightly Choppy in Newport Beach - onto the front of a snappy-looking ‘Pukka’ trucker hat, donated by a Californian surf apparel brand.

Premium quality, one-size-fits-most, snapback-style hats in four different colors. Once these 100 hats are gone - there’re gone for good.

Every hat sold will fund the restoration and protection of Giant Kelp, just off of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County - in partnership with The Bay Foundation.


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Every hat restores 10 sq ft of Giant Kelp

California's Kelp forests have been disappearing - rapidly. Every Help California's Kelp hat sold fund the restoration of 10 sq ft of giant kelp of the coast of Palos Verdes with our project partner - The Bay Foundation.

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Re-Patched - Creating the Help California's Kelp Hats

Diverted from landfill

Hats destined for the landfill were donated by a major Californian surf brand. Old patches removed and new patches made.

Art from Britt Tobia

Working with surf-art curator Charles Adler, we partnered with San Clemente, CA artist Britt Tobia to create the hat's art.

Patched - Slightly Choppy

Help California's Kelp patch and internal branding stitched by the crew from Slightly Choppy in Newport Beach, CA

A Visit to the SeaTrees Kelp Forest: Palos Verdes, California

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