Camper & SailGP

A new collaboration with sailing's most exciting league

As the Season 3 Official Footwear Supplier to SailGP and the Spain SailGP team, Camper is happy to present a new line-up of footwear styles designed for athletes and fans.

This collection has been developed with a focus on sustainable innovation. Taking inspiration from the sea, which forms a part of our storied history, we have created a range of styles that are kinder to the planet while providing the performance, design, and durability needed to compete at the highest level.


This season, a new version of our innovative CRCLR sneaker has been created exclusively for Spain SailGP athletes. New quick-drying uppers have been introduced to the performance-driven style, while improved sustainable attributes and minimal components like uppers, linings, and laces are made entirely from recycled polyester—helping us to reduce virgin plastics from our collection and lower our carbon footprint.


For the more casual side of our SailGP collaboration, our Pelotas XL returns. A lightweight version of our iconic Pelotas Ariel, the contemporary everyday style is available as two distinctive options in recycled PET and suede: black and white with red highlights or red with black details.


For this Camper x SailGP collaboration, we continue to support local organizations dedicated to invaluable on-the-ground work by giving 1% of sales to Save the Med, a Mallorca-based NGO working to protect Mediterranean sea turtles and other marine species through education, activism, and awareness.

The Camper x SailGP collection will be available at Camper stores,, and through selected retail channels.

About SailGP

SailGP races for a better future, championing a world powered by nature. The purpose-led, global championship is the world’s most exciting racing on water. SailGP features national teams battling in short, intense races at iconic stadium-style venues across the globe, building to the grand final – and sailing’s top prize of US$1 million. The high-tech, high-speed action features the sport's best athletes racing in identical, hydro foiling F50 catamarans, flying at speeds approaching 100 km/h.