Body Glove Takes a Stand for Environment with Sustainable Activewear

Body Glove Tatiana Weston Webb
Global Partner

Body Glove, one of the leading inflatable iSUP board manufacturers, as well as a known name in the wetsuit and activewear realms, has just taken the lead in supporting our environment. On April 18th, Body Glove launched Tati’s Sanctuary, a new eco-friendly activewear collection designed in collaboration with professional surfer and 2020 Olympic hopeful, Tatiana Weston-Webb.

Body Glove Sanctuary collection Tatiana Weston-Webb

Tatiana Weston-Webb Designs Sanctuary Body Glove Line with Nature in Mind

Inspired by nature from the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Body Glove and Tatiana Weston-Webb designed Tati’s Sanctuary collection with comfort in mind. The six-piece collection consists of sports bras, tanks, sweatshirts, shorts and leggings and every piece is made using recycled polyester or organic cotton for sustainable activewear that both looks good AND feels good.

“By making this collection eco-friendly, we invite our customers to celebrate the outdoor lifestyle in a way that feels responsible and authentic to their values,” says Peter Maule, Senior Vice President of Sports and Active at Body Glove’s parent company, Marquee Brands. “Our vision for Tati’s Sanctuary is to bring the brand to new global audiences who want to fuse performance, fashion and sustainability.”

Each piece within the Body Glove Sanctuary collection incorporates a unique combination of details, adding both function and style. The Sunna Sanctuary Light Support Bra features crossover back straps with sheer stripe detailing. The Danu Sanctuary Tank has a mesh-insert back, providing extra breathability and a sheer look.

Body Glove Sanctuary collection Tatiana Weston-Webb shorts

Layering in the Details: Tati’s Sanctuary Breathes & Moves

The new activewear line features unique proportions and silhouettes with unexpected updates to Body Glove’s already best-selling activewear pieces. For example, the Gefion Sanctuary Sports Bra and the Terra Sanctuary Short both offer adjustable features, ensuring a comfortable and proper fit. The relaxed, lightweight design of the Eir Sanctuary Sweatshirt makes it the perfect pre-workout layer, whereas the supportive Demeter Sanctuary Legging offers a super flattering, high-waisted look that has been so popular over the years.

Each piece in the Sanctuary line is deigned to be layered. You can mix and match all for an effortless camaraderie of sportswear thanks to three inspired-by-nature color fabrics: Moss, Mocha and the inclusion of several white, or accent, pieces make for a delicious display of modern activewear.

Kauai Body Glove Sanctuary

Tatiana Weston-Webb: Pro Surfer with an Environmental Heart

Who is Tatiana Weston-Webb?  22 year old Kauai native and professional surfer, Tatiana Weston-Webb has been dominating the WSL since 2015. She is strong, courageous and confident with a deep love for nature, her home state of Hawaii, and her country of birth, Brazil. Tatiana, a Body Glove athlete, is a 2020 Olympic hopeful, currently ranked #5 on the Women’s Championship Tour.

“I’m very proud to release my first eco-collection with Body Glove, because I’ve always been passionate about preserving our environment. Tati’s Sanctuary is about a state of mind and well-being that’s created from time in nature. So, I’m happy to be able to share it with people who care about the impact of the clothes they wear without compromising quality…. Technically speaking, these pieces stay true to my style while keeping up with my training needs.”  – Tatiana Weston-Webb

Starting on On April 18, customers can purchase the line at or on site at select retailers. Each piece is offered in complimentary mocha and moss fabric colors, as well as in white for the Sunna Bra and Danu Muscle Tank, allowing for a variety of interchangeable looks.

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Evelyn O'Doherty, editor & publisher of the new Standup Journal 2.0 is a former school teacher gone rogue. She left her career as a teacher in order to spend more time near or on the water after learning to surf turned her life around (upsidedown?). She is a year-round surfer and paddler living on the eastern tip of Long Island in NY who is a certified SUP instructor, seasoned SUP racer and avid longboard surfer. Evelyn was hired as Online Editor to Standup Journal in 2016. Her passion for the project quickly led to her success and eventually taking over the mag herself in Oct. 2018. Today, as editor, publisher and chief bottle washer at Standup Journal, Evelyn keeps her toes wet writing, traveling, paddling, surfing, and learning to foil. You can find her most days paddling out on Gardiner's Bay or surfing Ditch Plains in Montauk, NY.