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You know that feeling you get during and after a dive? Sometimes it’s a calmness, sometimes it’s euphoric. Fourth Element call this Nitroxication.
Women are at the forefront of diving exploration and discovery. Pioneers like Sylvia Earle and Jill Heinerth continue to push the boundaries of diving and marine science – so go on, Dive Like A Girl.
Stay in the loop with this iconic design inspired by the more technical side of diving.
Super-lightweight Dry-Sac with roll top closure, ideal for keeping equipment dry thanks to waterproof taped seams. Helps to compartmentalise and organise gear within larger bags and luggage systems.
The Remora is a versatile bag developed as a companion to the Manta or for use on its own. The two large volume compartments have a surprising capacity and it conforms to carry on luggage size requirements. Its primary function is to carry your personal gear – clothing etc, and it is designed to fit inside the Manta for transit.
Waterproof welded seams and comfortable, adjustable rucksack style straps make the Drypack an instant classic that will be as useful off the dive boat as it is on it. The roll top closure is simple to use, and a small internal pocket ensures that keys and small items do not end up at the bottom of the bag.
The Argo Dry Bag features high frequency welded, waterproof seams and a zip-less design in a rugged, hard-wearing 500D fabric. At 44 litres it is large enough for a drysuit and undersuit, or everything you need for an adventurous weekend away.
Inspired by discussions with some of our more intrepid dive team members who reported that looking for a piece of black dive kit inside a black bag is never easy, but even more frustrating if you are at base camp in a cave system. We developed the fourth element Expedition Series Duffel Bag as a solution to this problem.
The orange colour makes it easier to find your kit, bright enough to be found more easily in low light conditions and distinctive enough to stand out amongst the bags of your fellow divers.
The bag is made from tough and enduring heavy-duty mesh PVC and the base is double lined for durability.
It comes with shaped and padded rucksack carry straps and high quality clasps. Buckles and compression straps complete a rugged specification.
A removable ID card makes it even easier to label and identify your gear.
Weighing in at less than 1kg, this lightweight dive bag is simple, yet packed with innovative features designed to improve dive travel. Waterproof welded seams, lightweight components and a minimalist design in environmentally friendlier TPU fabric. Detachable shoulder straps with soft carry handles, designed for comfort while carrying on your back or by the handles.
The secret to a great dive can be as simple as having warm hands and the dexterity to be able to use your camera or feel your valves for a shutdown. Fourth Element’s 3mm and 5mm wet gloves and 4mm and 7mm mitts use stretch neoprene with glued, stitched and welded seams to give a close fit that almost eliminates the entry of water, whilst maximising flexibility and warmth. The carbonite print on the outside of the glove provides good grip and improved durability. The glove liners are designed to work underneath dry gloves or wet mitts offering an additional layer of thermal protection and the Xerotherm wrist warmers were developed to provide an air gap for allowing air to move from the dry suit into the glove and provide thermal protection where it is otherwise difficult to achieve. The 5mm Kevlar gloves are designed to take a beating with fingertips covered, but still offering a surprising amount of dexterity from a Kevlar reinforced glove. Fourth Element supplies the Kevlar gloves to ‘ghost fishing’ net clearance teams all over the world as a means of supporting their work to rid the oceans of this form of plastic pollution.
New for 2018, the Xerotherm glove is an alternative dry glove liner which maximises low bulk thermal protection with outstanding dexterity.
The highest performing 5mm wetsuit in its class according to independent testers. The Hydrolock neck seal minimises water ingress combined with the Hexcore thermal lining to maximise warmth.
The Proteus II is arguably the highest performing wetsuit on the market. Available in 5mm the Proteus II is often the benchmark to which other suits are compared in terms of warmth.
By combining the now famous Hydrolock inner neck seal and Glideskin wrist seals, water ingress is minimised. Seams are double glued, blind stitched and taped to provide outstanding thermal protection throughout the dive. Additional Hexcore linings on the body core provide enhanced thermal performance where it is most needed for prolonged water exposure.