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SUMMER 19

We are proud to present you our Summer 19 Life Collection printed in water-based inks on 100% organic cotton, bringing you our most OceanPositive range to date. Scuba divers and freedivers appear in a graphical sportswear style with fresh California-inspired colour pops in vintage washes. A focus on issues surrounding sharks, connects with our Fin swimwear collection. We also bring you a brand new line of kids t-shirts for your aspiring divers and ocean advocates with a fun feel in bright colours.

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SAFE
WATERS

We’ve worked hard with our suppliers to develop all of our Summer 19 designs in water-based inks. These are free from harmful chemicals and therefore more gentle on the environment.

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SAFE WATERS

We’ve worked hard with our suppliers to develop all of our Summer 19 designs in water-based inks. These are free from harmful chemicals and therefore more gentle on the environment.

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ORGANIC
MATTER

Each t-shirt in this collection is made from 100% Organic Cotton. Traceable from farm to factory, GMO-free and grown without the use of chemicals.

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ORGANIC MATTER

Each t-shirt in this collection is made from 100% Organic Cotton. Traceable from farm to factory, GMO-free and grown without the use of chemicals.

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FOR THE FUTURE

Check out our limited edition range of kids t-shirts

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FOR THE FUTURE

Check out our limited edition range of kids t-shirts

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Bite-Back Logo

Every sale of our Shark Invested Waters T-shirt will donate £3 to Bite-Back, a charity committed to making Britain shark fin free.

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Every sale of our Shark Invested Waters T-shirt will donate £3 to Bite-Back, a charity committed to making Britain shark fin free.

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