The collaboration between Riki Salam and Cancer Council raises awareness about Cancer Council’s commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities on our reconciliation journey.
Riki Salam is an accomplished artist and graphic designer who specialises in Indigenous art, design and communications. Born in Cairns on Yidindji Land he has connections to the Mualgal and Kaurareg Peoples of the Torres Straits and Kuku Yalanji People in Far North Queensland, Australia. He also has ties to Ngai Tahu in the South Island of New Zealand.
Find out more about the collaboration and the Journey of Hope artwork here.
Features: - Cancer Council swimwear protects the skin from the harmful effects of sun exposure. - UPF50+ excellent protection - Chlorine resistant fabric. - Clothing intended to cover the upper body. Designed for a comfortable fit. - Full arm, high neck. - The UPF rating does not consider the design of this item in relation to recommended body coverage. Wear in combination with other sun protective clothing that has a UPF rating. - Fabric: 85% Polyester, 15% Elastane.
Product Size & Fit
True to size, close fitting. Please refer to our sizing guide.
The UPF rating applies only to the area of skin covered. Protection may be reduced if the material is wet, stretched or from the effects of normal wear or exposure to chemicals. For best sun protection use hats, clothing that provides maximum skin coverage, sunglasses, sunscreen and shade.
- Rinse immediately after use. - Do not leave wrapped wet in towel. - Line dry in shade without delay. - Please refer to label on garment for further care and washing instructions.
Sunscreen stains: Sunscreen may stain clothing and swimwear. Orange-brown stains are common in areas containing hard water (high iron content in water) or households containing iron piping. to remove stains, we recommend using a laundry detergent that is designed to cut through oils and grease. a mild Citric Acid solution can also be used.