Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt
Ran Tank | Cobalt

Ran Tank | Cobalt

Cobalt

€132,95 Sale Save

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Colour Cobalt
Size 1 Size Chart

Welcome, Cobalt Blue. A vibrant neutral, that pairs effortlessly with all of our current colours and prints. An exclusive Hakea x Handsom collaboration. We worked with our Melbourne stockist and long time friends, Handsom selecting a colour from their latest summer collection to include across a capsule of Hakea styles that translate from the city to the sea.

Featuring thin straps, a built in shelf bra and a flattering scoop neck, the Ran Tank is a versatile addition to any wardrobe. Layer with an open shirt and pants on land, or with a low rise brief in the water.  

  • 78% recycled polyamide / 22% Italian lycra
  • ECONYL® regenerated yarn
  • Built-in support
  • Quick dry fabric
  • UPF 50+ sun protection

Jialing is 173cm tall and wears a size 1. Rosa is 174cm tall and wears a size 3.

Woven from ghost fishing nets and fabric mill scraps, our 100% recycled Italian Nylon is five times stronger than the average spandex swimwear. With UPF50+ protection and ultra chlorine resistance, it’s engineered to withstand the elements.

Moving towards a circular economy model, our fabric cleans plastic from the ocean to be repurposed into a long lasting item when handled with care.


  1. Always hand rinse your pieces in cold water after use to avoid salt drying into the fabric as this can take a toll on the fibres.
  2. To remove sunscreen or marks, hand wash in cold water with a mild earth friendly laundry liquid and focus on gently rubbing it into the areas needed. Do not wash in hot water, tumble dry, dry clean or iron your swimsuit. Heat will cause damage to the fibres.  
  3. Avoid twisting and pulling your swimwear when wet.
  4. To dry, lay flat in shade or hang over a clothesline. Avoid using pegs. 
  5. Avoid contact with rough surfaces, oils, lotions, spas, chlorine and other harsh chemicals to get the longest wear out of your swimsuit.