Fourth Element has unveiled its new Rec Fin model, which the manufacturer has made from recycled materials.
The Rec Fin is another new addition to the range from the brand, which has only just launched the personalised Scout mask. It’s undoubtedly worth noting that both products are part of Fourth Element’s OceanPositive philosophy. This is all about sustainable equipment made from recycled and easily recyclable materials.
The new Fourth Element fins are not only made from plastics fished from the ocean, they also deliver great performance. The classic four-channel design generates thrust on both the descent and ascent of the fin. In turn, the stiffening ribs provide excellent control and manoeuvrability. What we have behind it is a balanced combination of performance and efficiency. And all while having no harmful effects on the oceans.
The plastic used to create the Rec Fin is derived from post-consumer and industrial waste. Therefore each pair of fins is equivalent to about 120 plastic bottles extracted from the waste streams flooding the world’s oceans.
Our commitment to creating innovative products and using recycled materials shows our concern for the future of the planet – said Dean Martin of Fourth Element.
The Fourth Element Rec Fin is available in two colourways – Aqua/White and Black/Grey. They feature an adjustable silicone strap with a soft heel insert to keep divers comfortable on long dives.
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