Summersalt launches international shipping to over 180 countries

August 22, 2021

Apparel brand Summersalt announced plans to introduce international shipping to over 180 countries in over 120 different currencies.

Summersalt will launch globally with shipping to Canada, the United Kingdom, India, Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe, South America and more. International customers will be offered a localized check out experience based on their respective currency, language and payment preferences, as well as guaranteed customs, duties and shipping calculations.

“Launching internationally is a logical next step as we strategically build upon Summersalt’s growth domestically and as demand for the brand accelerates worldwide,” said Lori Coulter, CEO, President and Co-founder of Summersalt. “As a digitally native brand, we are excited to expand our reach into new markets and to offer a seamless online shopping and returns experience to Summersalt’s international community.”

Summersalt launched in 2017 with swimwear made from recycled materials at a $95 price point-designer quality swimwear without the designer price tag. It was founded on a mission to bring back the childlike joy of wearing a swimsuit by offering designer-quality swimwear at an affordable price. Summersalt offers not only swimwear, but loungewear, activewear, sweaters, pajamas, intimates and more in sizes 0-24.

“Our customer is a global citizen who loves to travel and explore, and has been requesting Summersalt via every channel since launch day. We are thrilled to offer Summersalt around the world,” said Reshma Chattaram Chamberlin, Chief Digital Brand Officer and Co-founder of Summersalt.

The international expansion plans come on the heels of Summersalt’s highly celebrated “Everybody is a Summersalt Body” campaign, which featured 24 diverse women, and was centered around joy and self-expression, aiming to empower women to feel good about themselves.

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