*Please note that this competition ends on the 7th October, not the 7th September as stated in the competition’s terms and conditions below.*
For this week’s competition, we’ve teamed up with our good friends at fourth element to give away TWO sets of their new OceanPositive Hydroskin Rashguards (each set includes one long sleeve and one short sleeve rashguard)!
Available end September 2020, made with recycled post-consumer plastic waste, each Hydroskin prevents approximately 7 plastic bottles from ending up in landfill or worse still, the ocean. The prints are produced with water-based inks, limiting the amount of chemicals used in production and each item is packaged in compostable bags made from cassava starch.
These new Hydroskin rashguards are designed to be worn under a wetsuit or semi-dry suit or as a UV shield for all water sport activities. The fit of these rashguards has been improved with flattering panels, kept streamlined with flatlocked seams. Presented in a palette of classic and ocean inspired colours with water-based prints on chest and back in complementary, contrast tones.
The ultra-smooth fabric made with a combination of recycled polyester and stretchy elastane reduces friction between the skin and a wetsuit and helps to stop chafing from tight/ill-fitting suits.
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In recent post on Scubaverse.com (which you can read here), we reported that the Marine Conservation Society is urging politicians and policymakers to put sustainability and science at the forefront of future fisheries management and retain the inclusion of key amendments in the Fisheries Bill as it returns to the House of Commons on which date?
- A) 1st September
- B) 8th September
- C) 15th September
Answer, A, B or C to the question above: