Before designing each wetsuit, Vissla always considers how to make it as eco-friendly as possible. They use earth mined limestone to replace petrochemicals in their neoprene. It comes from nature and has less environmental impact. Carbon Black, one of the key ingredients of neoprene, is now pyrolyzed from scrap rubber tires. This significantly reduces energy consumption and cuts CO2 emission by 200g per wetsuit. All black, dark grey, and navy wetsuits, black inside liners, & Neo 2.0 super stretch black tape are dope dyed. Dope-dying infuses dye pigments into molten plastic solution to produce colored yarns without the dying process. This saves tremendous amounts of water while reducing energy consumption and water pollution. Their fabric mills have received the bluesign System Partner certification. In addition to monitoring the reasonable use of chemicals, the partnership ensures that our manufacturer's energy and water resource utilisation efficiency and waste disposal all comply with the most demanding standards in the global textile industry.