Fourth Element launches Life clothing

Special sustainable leisurewear range supports Project Aware

Author: Pat
3rd February 2012
 

Divewear favourite Fourth Element is launching a new ‘Life’ range of clothing just in time for Christmas.

As well as high performance drysuit thermals, the Cornwall-based company is also known for its leisurewear.

The ‘Life’ range of T-shirts, fleeces, hoodies and sweaters is conceived as a bit of a lifestyle statement.

The new additions to the Fourth Element range take on a more sustainable edge.

High quality garments are put together using a new sustainable material dubbed ‘Tecnowool.’ It combines the natural performance of sustainable wool with the thermal characteristics of technical fibres.

The tops are described as wind-resistant, warm and comfortable. Timely perhaps for the cold weather to come.

Seven all-new t-shirt designs for men and women are also being introduced, with water and movies providing the source of inspiration.

Finally, a special set of Project Aware t-shirts are available, running with the themes of shark finning and plastic oceans.

£3.50 from each sale goes to Project Aware. You can order the new ‘Life’ range now from the Fourth Element online shop.

 
 
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