Fourth Element’s thermal protection has been tested in the world’s most extreme diving locations from the sub-zero waters of the Antarctic to the tropical temperatures of the Maldives and is used on expeditions where divers have never ventured before. The drysuit range includes the Arctic undersuit which is the choice of professional and recreational drysuit divers worldwide and the innovative biomapped HALO 3D. The Proteus wetsuit system is consistently rated among the top performers and the dive luggage is the lightest purpose-built dive luggage available.
Made using high quality fabrics and attention to detail, Fourth Element life clothing shows a passion for life in and on the water. The range of t-shirts, sweatshirts and fleeces includes designs to support the Shark Trust, Plastic Oceans Foundation and Project Aware. Some styles incorporate more sustainable fabrics with contemporary designs, blurring the boundary between performance, fashion and lifestyle clothing...
OceanPositive is swimwear and rashguards made using recycled nylon from “Ghost” fishing nets, abandoned by fishing vessels after snagging on reefs and wrecks.
These Ghost Nets continue to fish, often ensnaring marine life and posing a hazard to divers. Now, as part of global initiatives to clean up our oceans, these nets are being removed by scuba divers to be recycled and re-used.
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Fourth Element Adventures are designed to challenge, to introduce you to new diving experiences, to push you to explore your own definitions of adventure.
From learning new skills or experiencing something you have never tried before, to genuine exploration, diving in places for the first time or documenting previously unknown wrecks, fourth element adventures are anything but an ordinary trip.
Immerse yourself in a world of intrepid expeditions, beautiful images, both still and video. Take a virtual dive on one of our 3D wreck tours or read about some of the divers we sponsor and what they do. Learn about the environmental projects that we support, from the work of the Shark Trust, to our support of a phD at Exeter University in marine science.