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Greenlines Classic Boardshorts unveils new children's line
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Greenlines Classic Boardshorts, a surf and water sports apparel company founded in 2008, announced the ongoing success of its recently launched line of children’s boardshorts. 

Aligned in theme with the brand’s timeless styles and eco-friendly initiatives, greenlines children’s boardshorts are made from 100 percent recycled polyester and are available in both boys’ and girls’ styles. 

“Following the success of our men’s and women’s line, the launch of a children’s line seemed a natural progression.  We always anticipated expanding the greenlines brand to include products the entire family would enjoy, and now have the firm footing to do so. 

"We are very fortunate to be able to continue to design products that support the environment, our surf lifestyle and the fashions we love,” commented Sam Delaney, founder of greenlines classic boardshorts.

In addition to using recycled and organic materials, greenlines children’s boardshorts are available in an array of colors and styles including the wave-inspired Watercolor trunks, the striped Bonfire, in addition to the Beach Break and Biarritz models, both which boast classic piping.   

Advocating for the environment, greenlines donates a portion of all proceeds to nonprofit organizations that work to protect the beaches and waterways frequented by its customer base.  Each pair of greenlines children’s boardshorts supports the initiative.

The new children’s line of boardshorts is available at any retailer throughout the United States where greenlines is sold, as well as for purchase via the company’s newly launched website. 

About greenlines classic boardshorts

Founded in 2008, greenlines classic boardshorts is a surf apparel company based in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey that uses recycled and organic materials to create timeless, high-quality beach fashions for men, women and children. The company offers a full line of boardshorts that are made of 100 percent recycled polyester, trucker hats and organic t-shirts printed with water-based inks

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