Go Overboard! Natural

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Go Overboard! Natural

30.00

In 1912, US Navy Gunner G.D. Stillson drafted a report criticizing and chastising the Navy’s diving standards and practices and submitted it to the Bureau of Construction & Repair. Two years later he was assigned the task of evaluating the Navy’s existing equipment and recommending a national standard of practices. Within The Report on Deep Diving Tests 1915, he presented a design for the Mark V, which would become the most recognizable and widely regarded standard diving helmet. The design was unique in that the faceplate was hinged instead of screwed, there were four lights instead of the typical three, and had its exhaust control valves near the right front instead of the rear, allowing for easy manipulation in the case of an emergency.
The ways in which we observe and study the ocean are constantly progressing. We’ve gone from barrels and bells, to submersing men into depths over 35,000 ft. As our fascination with life below sea level continues to rise, the manner in which we explore continues to evolve. By immersing ourselves in worlds we know little of, we force ourselves to leave comfort behind. By leaping into the unknown, we test our resolve. We learn that the deeper we go, the greater the pressure. The farther we dive, the darker and colder it will get. But don’t you dare stop diving. Know that even in the darkest depths, life thrives. So, what are you afraid of? There are leagues of life waiting to be lived. Leave contentment for complexity. Go beyond the shallows! Take a deep breath and dive in! There are treasures waiting to be discovered!

  • Natural with Black Imprint
  • Unisex
  • 100 % Cotton
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