Leading dive garment manufacturer Fourth Element has announced a brand new t-shirt fundraising initiative to benefit Bite-Back Shark & Marine Conservation in the charity’s fifteenth anniversary year.

Among Fourth Element’s exciting new range of top side clothes is its striking Shark Invested Waters t-shirt that will generate funds for Bite-Back’s campaigns to rid Britain’s retailers of shark products.


Co-founder of Fourth Element, Jim Standing, said: “We think the dive community should be at the forefront of shark conservation. For that reason we’ve designed this shirt to be an attractive, yet assertive, declaration that sharks belong in the oceans. We’re delighted to endorse and champion Bite-Back’s important campaigns and we hope our customers feel the same way.”

Three pounds from every Shark Invested Waters t-shirt will go directly to the charity.

Campaign director for Bite-Back, Graham Buckingham, said: “We’ve been long-time admirers of Fourth Element’s products and philosophy and it give us great pride to work with them. For the sake of the sharks, we hope the t-shirt is a runaway success.”

The Shark Invested Waters t-shirt is printed with water-based inks on organic cotton. They are available in men’s and women’s styles and cost £29.95 from Fourth Element’s online store.


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