Ideal accessory: Beach chair from LowTides Ocean Products

Lightweight, durable, and easy to fold, LowTides OP beach chairs are available in eight designs for adults and four fun ones for kids.
Lightweight, durable, and easy to fold, LowTides OP beach chairs are available in eight designs for adults and four fun ones for kids. Photo credit: LowTides Ocean Products

LowTides Ocean Products introduced a new eco-friendly beach chair. 

Lightweight, durable, and easy to fold, LowTides OP beach chairs are available in eight designs for adults and four fun ones for kids. LowTides OP beach chairs incorporate 2.5 pounds of upcycled ocean bound plastic from at risk coastal areas in the products design.

Ocean bound plastic is different from other recycled plastic. LowTides OP's supply chain sources single use plastic from target areas around the globe, which are called "At-Risk Zones."  These coastal areas lack professional collection efforts to recycle, and as a result, there is a high likelihood that the plastic waste in these zones will enter landfills, the environment and even the world's oceans.

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The eight choices for adults are "Classic Charcoal," "Classic White," "Great White Blue," "Island Coral," "Sea Turtle Fuchsia," "Shark Navy," "Summertime Pink" and "Surfer Grey."  For kids: "Mermaid Mint," "Crab Teal," "Shark Navy" and "Summertime Pink."

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