Fourth Element Women's OceanPositive Hydro Leggings Midnight Navy Info
Fourth Element OceanPositive Hydro Leggings are made using recycled polyester. Each OceanPositive Hydroskin garment prevents approx 7 plastic bottles from being sent to landfill and better still from ending up in the ocean. The resulting ultra smooth fabric made with recycled polyester reduces friction between the skin and a wetsuit and helps to stop chafing of tight/ill-fitting suits.
Equally suited for wearing in and out of the water, ideal to wear as a UV shield with UPF 50+ for watersport activities and to protect against stingers. Great for snorkelling, surfing, SUP, yoga and more, pair with an OceanPositive Hydroskin top for the perfect dive skins for tropical waters.
Pollutants in Sun Screens are also contributing to the increase in dead sea corals. Fourth Element's Hydroskins provide protection of UPF50+, blocking at least 97.5% of the sun's ultraviolet radiation, allowing you to continue your water sport activities knowing you are playing a (very) small part to protect our world's oceans.
Fourth Element are tackling the worlds oceans plastic problem head on with their Ocean Positive range, using polyester created from recycled plastic bottles. Garment printing is produced using water based inks. Being ‘OceanPositive’ spans from not just what we do in the ocean but also what we do in our everyday lives.
Fourth Element Women's OceanPositive Hydro Leggings Midnight Navy Features
- Made using recycled polyester - approx 7 plastic bottles create a Fourth Element OceanPositive garment
- UV Protection UPF 50+ helping to reduce the amount of pollutants from sunscreen washing off into the sea
- Water based inks
- Flatlock seam construction for a durable and comfortable seam finish
- Active wear for all water sports
- Stinger protection
- 85% Recycled Polyester / 15% Elastane
- Machine wash at 30°C and line dry in the shade
- Packaging made from cassava starch - containing no petrochemicals - biodegradable and compostable
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Fourth Element set out in 1999 to design high quality, performance garments for the scuba diver. They are renowned for their thermal wear such as the Arctic, Xerotherm and Thermocline range. Fourth Element wetsuits, drysuits, their technical dive wear clothing, and swimwear are regularly seen on the small and even the big screen, worn by renowned naturalists, underwater videographers and explorers around the world.