DUI divewear is 75% recycled

New range of drysuit thermals come with eco-credentials

Author: Pat
1st February 2012
 

DUI has introduced a new range of drysuit undergarments made from 75% recycled materials.

DUI – or Diving Unlimited International, to give them their full title – offer a range of thermals to wear under a drysuit.

But the newly introduced ECODiveWear range is made of a material called Polartec Power Dry, sourced from recycled fibres.

Despite the ‘green’ credentials, DUI says the garments keep the skin dry when you sweat, are highly breathable, dry quickly and are comfortable.

On offer are a choice of matching jumper and trousers, in male and female sizes.

In keeping with the theme, the ECODiveWear range is available in one colour only: Forest Green.

DUI’s UK distributor is Hydrotech Ltd of Leicestershire. For more information telephone 01455 274841.

 
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