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WHAT’S NEW: Fourth Element OceanPositive Core Collection



Fourth Element has launched its OceanPositive Core Collection, which incorporates a new rashguard for men and women, and a limited range of classic black swimwear.

The mens Hydroskin Black rashguard comes in long-sleeve (£44.95) and short-sleeve (£38.95) variants, and both are designed to wear under a wetsuit or semi-dry suit for comfort, and as a UV shield for other watersport activities. Simple, tight-fitting design with tonal grey side panels and circular OceanPositive print to back. Made using sustainable techno-fabric made with 100 percent regenerated polyamide fibre from post-consumer materials.

The womens Hydroskin Black rashguard is made from the same material and also comes in long-sleeve (£44.95) and short-sleeve (£38.95) versions. It has a simple, streamlined panelled design with OceanPositive print to the back and pops of aqua green.

The Maluku Bikini Top Black (£23.95) is a panelled crop top with streamlined athletic styling and cut-out racer back. Lightweight, shaped padding (sewn in), and no clasps or ties, so perfect to wear under a wetsuit. Machine washable at 40°C. Would suit cup size A – C.

The Maluku Bikini Bottoms Black (£19.95) are panelled mini briefs with streamlined athletic styling. The four-way stretch premium Italian Lycra is composed of 78 percent recycled nylon and 22 percent Lycra, which has been developed to have improved chlorine and salt resistance.

The Cayman Shorts Black (£24.95) are simple and comfortable swim shorts with a contrast drawcord and subtle logo, and are made from the same material as the Maluku Bikini Bottoms. Machine washable at 40°C.

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Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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