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Slowtide Partners with Keep A Breast Foundation

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Slowtide collaborated with Keep A Breast Foundation on an updated art inspired beach towel to support breast cancer awareness.  Five dollars from each towel purchased will be donated to supporting Keep A Breast and the beautiful women they help.  Available now at and select retailers for $39.95

“We have been longtime friends with Shaney jo and her incredible foundation and now have found a unique way to support the cause.”  says Slowtide co-founder Kyle Spencer.

“As both a hub for youth culture and given our long-standing surf ambassadors, beach life is a big part of the Keep A Breast community,” says KAB founder Shaney jo Darden. “We love that this towel will increase your beach (or poolside) steez and appreciate that Slowtide is helping us get the message out about breast cancer prevention.”

About Slowtide:

Inspired by all bodies of water and our love for art, Slowtide is a collaboration of three friends who wanted to convey their lifestyle through unique products. We've dyed fabrics, mixed paints, manipulated pixels, collaborated with artists and photographers to create Slowtide. Based in Hawaii and California, Slowtide is a melting pot of the minds and ties together our sentiment for the water and art.

About The Keep A Breast Foundation: 

The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization with a  mission to empower young people around the world with breast health education and support. Through their programs Non Toxic Revolution, Traveling Education Booth, Treasured Chest and their iconic "i love boobies!" campaign, KAB has opened up the dialogue about breast cancer, and has proven to be a doorway to breast self-awareness and education. Keep A Breast has grown into the leading global youth-based breast cancer prevention organization, with global affiliates in Japan, Canada, France, UK and Chile. Since 2000, KAB has pushed the boundaries of the pink ribbon status quo, encouraging young people to love their boobies, to get to know their bodies and be aware of changes.  Twitter/Instagram: @keepabreast



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