Thousands of pink lycra safety singlets are arriving on the doorsteps of surf lifesaving clubs throughout the nation.
Orders for the eye-catching tank tops flooded in after Surf Life Saving Australia recently made safety singlets compulsory.
The nationwide initiative is part of SLSA's increased focus on surf safety. This follows the death of three competitors at the Australian titles.
Warilla-Barrack Point's surf club received their new singlets this week, courtesy of a generous handout from Unanderra-based company Downer EDI Engineering.
The company gave $5200, which bought 400 vests.
"It's very important to have a strong emphasis on surf safety," Warilla junior club president Craig Burke said.
"They're very high-visibility.
"And whether you're eight or 80, if you train or compete you now have to have these vests on at all times.
"We had our first rego last weekend and every kid got a vest given to them.
"We had a training day and the kids looked absolutely fantastic."