Thanks everyone for spreading the Ugly Xmas Rashie love in 2015. We’re excited to announce the brand new 2016 design is now in production, to be released on July 1. The original design will be back too, and we’ve added sizes for little joeys. Be sure to register your interest below, to koalafy for a sneak peak and first dibs.

The Ugly Xmas Rashie keeps Australia sun safe and all profits go to Cancer Council Australia in their fight to beat cancer.

Register for priority notification of the 2016 design

It’s the new Australian Christmas tradition

Keep your Ugly Xmas Sweater in mothballs – Ugly Xmas Rashies are made for the way we spend our Aussie holidays, with all profits going to Cancer Council Australia to help in their fight to beat cancer. They’re super high quality lycra, designed and handmade here in Australia. We’re expecting another sell-out year, so be sure to register your interest today. Last one in’s a rotten egg!

The perfect fit for summer fun

The exclusive Ugly Xmas Rashie is made by Kozii Swimwear, an all-Australian business that specialises in performance swimwear and sports garments. At Kozii we design all our own styles and fabrics. We manufacture our garments from start to finish at our factory situated in Tweed Heads South, NSW. All our performance swimwear is tried and tested by our Team Kozii athletes, to ensure our range will be suitable for competition, training and keeping healthy.

Check out the specs for each size, keeping in mind our cut is on the athletic side, so you may want to go up a size if you fancy something roomier. 

Unisex Sizes:  XS S M L XL XXL XXXL
+ see sizing chart

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Stay sun safe for the hols

Australia has one of the highest incidences of skin cancer in the world. According to Cancer Council, skin cancers account for around 80 per cent of all newly diagnosed cancers, and two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70. The majority of skin cancers in Australia are caused by exposure to UV radiation. UV radiation cannot be seen or felt, and skin damage may occur even in cooler weather, so it is important to be diligent about sun protection as the first line of defence. By being sun safe every day you can reduce your exposure to UV radiation and cut your risk.

Cancer Council Australia is the country’s leading independent, non-government community organization in cancer control. Committed to providing all Australians with the best possible prospects of preventing, detecting and effectively treating and surviving a cancer diagnosis, Cancer Council Australia is here to ensure no one goes on their cancer journey alone. With your support, we are creating hope for a cancer-free future. Thank you.