Get the scoop on why progressive professional snowboarder, Elena Hight, chose to sign on as brand ambassador for REPREVE.

Snowboarding and surfing gave Elena an innate love for the environment from an early age. Today, Elena chooses REPREVE because the brand provides an easy-to-grasp reason for recycling: A recycled plastic water bottle can be turned into a t-shirt, bag or any other number of items, thanks to REPREVE.

Of the company, Elena says, "I'm really stoked to be working with them because I think it's such a powerful message to show people that when they choose to recycle it does make a difference." 

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Repreve. It’s what’s in it.

Do you know what’s in the products you use every day? Repreve is the eco-friendly ingredient that’s showing up in a lot of products lately—because it contains recycled materials, including plastic bottles we all recycle. It’s what makes things better for the planet. So it’s time you learned more. (And share with a friend.)