Swim Briefs - UPF50+ - Olive - Nomad & Grace SA Nomad & Grace SA
Swim Briefs - UPF50+ - Olive - Nomad & Grace SA Nomad & Grace SA

Swim Briefs - UPF50+ - Olive

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Our very first collection of swimwear, made for the Modern Minimalist Nomads in mind. A Long Sleeve Rashvest designed to keep those little ones protected from the harsh South African sun, as well as look super trendy. Mix and match the vests and swim brief sets for that added extra on trend look.
Available in 0-3 Months - 9-10 Years

  • Soft feel with high shaping power.
  • Chlorine resistant thanks to Creora highclo by Hyosung.
  • Stretchy fabric with room for a diaper
  • Certified by Reach and OKEA-TEX.
  • UPF 50+
  • Made ethically with love in Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Please allow 1-5 business days for processing and 2-3 days for shipping once dispatched

*Kindly note Color may vary depending on device screen

Wash & Care: Please rinse after every use to protect coloured fabric.
Machine washable 30 degrees. Dry flat in shade. Do not bleach, tumble dry, iron or dry clean.

Materials: 195gm, 80% Nylon 20% Spandex.



Height (cm)

Waist (cm)

Hips (cm)

0-3 months




3-6 months 66 39 40
6-12 months 73 43 43
1-2 Years 83 47 47
2-3 Years 99 51 54
3-4 Years 112 53 57
4-5 126 54 58
6-7 132 56 61
7-8 142 57 63
8-9 147 59 66
9-10 156 61 68


Q: What does Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX mean?

A: Oeko-Tex textiles and fabrics are certified free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use. Goods must meet the human-ecological requirements as set out by Standard 100 by Oeko-tex for products

with direct contact to skin. To attain Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, the fabric has to be tested
and certified to be free from harmful levels of more than 100 substances known to be harmful to human health.

Oeko-Tex certificates confirm the human-ecological safety of textile products from all stages of production (raw materials and fibres, yarns, fabrics, ready-to-use end products) along the textile value chain. Some also attest to socially and environmentally sound conditions in production facilities.

Q: What does REACH Compliance mean?

A: REACH stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals
The EU Commission have put in place regulations in regard to the usage of chemicals.
REACH addresses the production and use of chemical substances, and their potential impacts on both human health and the environment. One of the major elements of the REACH regulation is the requirement
to communicate information on chemicals up and down the supply chain. The EU published a list on SVHC (Substances of very high concern) and the use of these substances are regulated under the REACH regulation.

The Goals of REACH are as follows:

Product life cycle management | Product safety | Sustainable development | Risk communication