Razer’s new Kanagawa Wave Apparel Collection continues their #GoGreenWithRazer initiative
Surf’s up, gamers!
If you happen to be in need of some snazzy new apparel to spruce up your wardrobe, then you have an excellent sense of timing. Razer has just announced their new, eco-friendly Kanagawa Wave Apparel collection, featuring five items which will only be available in very limited quantities once it releases next Sunday (7 Apr).
The range includes a t-shirt, tank top, hoodie, cap and shorts, and as the title implies, all of them will feature the popular Great Wave of Kanagawa motif originally created by Japanese ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai on woodblock. It’s a timeless and aesthetically slick design that never really goes out of style, and furthermore, they’re all made from high-quality fabrics derived completely from recycled marine plastics.
This is all part of the company’s new #GoGreenWithRazer initiative, which seeks to highlight the threat of marine pollution and the damage discarded plastics can cause to ocean life. Additionally, for every Kanagawa Wave item purchased during the collection’s sale period, the company has also pledged to fund the cleanup and disposal of 1kg of marine plastics.
The items will be available for purchase on the Razer Store, but for those who are worried that they’ll forget about it, you can also register to be notified when the collection is up for grabs.