Men's Atlantic Wreck T-shirt

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Dubbed 'The Graveyard of the Atlantic', the outer banks of North Carolina have been littered with over 5000 shipwrecks since records began in 1526, due to its treacherous waters.

One particularly interesting wreck is the USS Monitor; a unique ironclad warship with revolving turret also known as the 'cheesebox on a raft'. It sunk in 1862 during a storm and in more recent years, divers with NOAA have undergone a huge recovery project to bring parts of the wreck from 240ft below to the surface for conservation.

Printed with water-based inks on 100% organic cotton, packaged without plastic.

Fit & Advices

.Organic Cotton
Hand-printed in the UK
Water-based inks
Responsibly sourced
Crew neck

Fabric & Care

180 g/m2 100% Organic ring-spun Combed Cotton
Save the climate, wash at 30, line dry.

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Ocean Positiv

They combine the development of high quality diving equipment with the responsibility to protect our planet.

"Being ‘OceanPositive’ spans from not just what we do in the ocean but also what we do in our everyday lives. Items in our OceanPositive Collection are made using fabrics including a significant percentage of recycled content from post-consumer waste. This includes “Ghost” Fishing nets, brought out of the sea to be recycled and post-consumer plastic bottles."

(Fourth Element)



During the neoprene production process, limestone is used to replace petrochemicals to form rubber chips. You achieve the same performance as traditional neoprene, but with way less environmental impact

Recycled Rubber

One of the key ingredients of neoprene, Eco Carbon Black, is recycled by our wetsuit factory from post-consumer scrap tyres. This significantly reduces energy consumption and cuts CO2 emissions by 200g per wetsuit.



After the neoprene creation process, the redundant trimmed materials will be recycled and reused in the mixing process to produce more neoprene sheets. Overall huge amounts of raw materials are saved, energy consumption is reduced and waste water and air emissions are minimised during production.