Razer's raising awareness about marine plastics with its Kanagawa Wave

Proceeds from the limited edition clothing line will fund recovery of marine plastics in affected areas.

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Razer's take of the ever-popular Kanagawa Wave plastic motif. Image: Razer

Following in the footsteps of A Gaming Ape, Razer is continuing its apparel drop concept with the Kanagawa Wave, a new limited-edition clothing line made from recovered marine plastics.

Razer’s new clothing line bears the motif of the iconic Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai, which gets the Razer treatment with a twist to highlight the current state of plastic pollution in our seas.

For every item sold, Razer will fund the recovery of 1kg of marine plastics from some of the most affected coastlines.

Prices and availability

The limited range of clothing is made from recycled marine plastics. Image: Razer
The limited range of clothing is made from recycled marine plastics. Image: Razer

The range includes a hoodie, t-shirt, tank top, shorts and cap, and are all high-quality fabrics made from 100% recycled marine plastics. Each item will be limited to 1,337 pieces.

The drop will take place on April 8, 2021, at 10 am and quantities will be very limited. If their last drop was anything to go by, it should sell out pretty quick as well, so act fast.

Check Razer’s site to see when the waves are going to break.

Razer Kanagawa Wave Zip Hoodie: US$149.99
Razer Kanagawa Wave Tee: US$89.99
Razer Kanagawa Wave Tank Top: US$69.99
Razer Kanagawa Wave Shorts: US$79.99
Razer Kanagawa Wave Cap: US$49.99