Remora Bag "Princesss Of Whales"
The Remora Bags are real all-purpose resources.
The bags got their name from the Remora Fish. Guess why!?
The small pockets are attached to the thigh and just as practical while wearing with your wetsuit as with your jeans. The bright colors are a real eye-catcher in everyday life. The bags are sustainable as they are 100% neoprene-free, like all Mermaid Protector water sports apparel. If you love to be under water you will love the designs. You can put small pieces of your (dive) equipment into that practical bag so that you can keep your hands free while diving. But you can also keep keys, money or the cell in your handbag on the leg. This little thing can be worn at the thigh, at your belt or simply as a handbag – it is multifunctional.
The bags are made of our soft patented quick-drying 3-layer fabric and a reliable companion for any water sports or just for spending a day outside.
The outer layer is a recycled polyester fabric with a water-repellent coating (FREON FREE).
The middle layer is a breathable membrane. The inner layer is an ultra-soft microfiber fleece.
Made in Europe:
Outer layer: 92% recycled polyester, 8% spandex, water-repellent (FREON FREE) coating
Middle layer: TPU membrane 280 g/sm
Inner layer: 85% recycled polyester, 15% spandex fleece
Length: 20 cm – Height: 17 cm – Width: 7 cm
Further special features of our Remora Bags:
• recyclable !
• odor resistant
• mashine wash at 30°C without softener
• digital printed long-lasting and vibrant colors
• light weight (approx 0,15 kg / 0,33 lb)
"Princess Of Whales" Design:
Whale sharks are among the most beautiful and majestic animals in the world. Their distinct markings are used for our “Princess of Whales“ design and not only divers are fascinated by them…The markings are unique for each whale shark just like finger prints or snowflakes. Furthermore we associate the name of an extraordinary woman with this special design - Lady Diana, Princess of Wales was tragically killed in an accident. During her lifetime, she fought for good causes and environmental issues just as she fought against hunger and wars.