O'Neill Launches ECO'Neill Surfing Apparel (Photos)

ECO'Neill signature "Culture" T-Shirt. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

Surf apparel company O'Neill launched Eco'Neill, their first-ever collection of environmentally-conscious clothing, over the weekend at Saturdays Surf NYC in New York City. J.K. Livin Artist Mishka performed an acoustic set at the event which included a silent auction benefiting the Jack O'Neill Sea Odyssey Foundation and the premiere of the Eco'Neill men's styles for spring 2010, ranging from surfer staples; boardshorts made with recycled plastic bottles, organic cotton jersey t-shirts and flannels to accessories; bamboo beanies. Click through for photos.

Saturdays Surf NYC in SoHo, New York City. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

ECO'Neill Beanies made with organic cotton and bamboo. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

ECO'Neill "Pacific" Tank, made with 50% Organic Cotton/50% Recycled Poly. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

ECO'Neill "Filmore" T-Shirt. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

ECO'Neill "Callow" Tank. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

Mishka performs at the Eco'Neill launch party. Credit: Amanda Schwab/Starpix

We're excited to see a major surfing apparel manufacturer embrace more sustainable fabrics into their collection and look forward to the launch of their women's styles in spring 2011. ECO'Neill men's collection goes on sale this week. Visit O'Neill for more.

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