Home Scuba News DeeperBlue.com launches environmentally friendly official clothing range

DeeperBlue.com launches environmentally friendly official clothing range

-

DeeperBlue.com

Want to look cool this summer? Our friends over at DeeperBlue.com have launched a range of environmentally friendly official clothing to help support their work keeping you informed and inspired about everything diving and ocean-related.

The range boasts ten unique designs, which are available on 100 percent organic cotton T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and tote bags. The designs are for freedivers, scuba divers and ocean advocates of all ages – and they ship everywhere in the world.

DeeperBlue.com

DeeperBlue.com head honcho Stephan Whelan said: “It is incredibly important to us that the clothing line is sustainable and to enable that we’ve chosen partner Teemill to power the clothing range and online store. All of our products are made from organic materials, not plastic. We also print our products in real-time, so there is no waste, from Teemill’s UK-based renewable energy powered factory. Every order is sent out in plastic-free packaging that is biodegradable, doing our bit to protect our oceans.

“To make things even better, every product is designed to be sent back to our partner Teemill when it is worn out.”

Head to www.deeperblue.store to check out the range.

Facebook Comments

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

Connect With Us

9,760FansLike
3,747FollowersFollow
972FollowersFollow
2,950SubscribersSubscribe

Scuba Diver Articles

Evian

Evian is releasing a 100 percent recyclable bottle

Mineral water giant Evian is releasing a label-free, 100 percent recyclable, 100 percent recycled bottle. The new design, which represents the first of its kind...
PADI Dive Stories

PADI launches Dive Stories

The Edge

RAID launches The Edge digital diving magazine

Facebook Comments