PADI X Mike Coots Great White Shark Recycled Plastic Hat

Ecofriendly | Benefits charity

A limited edition, sustainable trucker featuring a great white shark is the perfect cap for Shark Week! Each hat contains the equivalent of 8 plastic bottles and is made from post-consumer, ocean bound plastic. A universally flattering, five panel trucker, it is an exclusive PADI design with embellished with a Mike Coots original.

Don’t miss out! Only 100 are available.

15% of the proceeds of the sales go to the conservation organization of Mike’s choice: Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.

Features:

  • Tailored, 5 panel trucker hat with mid-profile, universally flattering fit
  • Mesh side panels to keep you cool
  • Sublimated great white shark print on front 
  • Adjustable snap-back closure for a perfect fit
  • Pre-curved bill
  • Interior details include PADI-logoed seam tape and sewed in headband with collaboration logo
  • Contains the equivalent of 8 post-consumer, plastic bottles

Size:
One size fits most

Materials:

  • Front panels: 100% recycled polyester 
  • Back panels:  25% organic cotton, 40% landfill recycled plastic, 35% ocean recycled plastic

Care Instructions:

  • Wipe with a soft cloth
  • Use mild soap
  • Do not submerge, bleach or put in a washing machine

 

Part of the PADI X Mike Coots Signature Collection:

We’re thrilled to collaborate with surfer, photographer, shark attack survivor, shark advocate and PADI Ambassadiver Mike Coots to create another PADI Gear Signature Collection.  Much like the Joe Romeiro collaboration (link), our latest collection was designed to celebrate the powerful beauty of sharks, providing a balanced perspective counter to the “beast” portrayal of sharks in the media. Not only will part of the proceeds fund conservation of local ecosystems critical to the pacific Great White population, but it’s our joint hope the collection will start meaningful dialogues about rethinking the shark – a species critical to the health of our oceans.

 

More about the collection.

PADI X Mike Coots Great White Shark Recycled Plastic Hat

$39.00

PADI X Mike Coots Great White Shark Recycled Plastic Hat

$39.00
Stock level Only 2 left
$39.00

Ecofriendly | Benefits charity

A limited edition, sustainable trucker featuring a great white shark is the perfect cap for Shark Week! Each hat contains the equivalent of 8 plastic bottles and is made from post-consumer, ocean bound plastic. A universally flattering, five panel trucker, it is an exclusive PADI design with embellished with a Mike Coots original.

Don’t miss out! Only 100 are available.

15% of the proceeds of the sales go to the conservation organization of Mike’s choice: Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.

Features:

  • Tailored, 5 panel trucker hat with mid-profile, universally flattering fit
  • Mesh side panels to keep you cool
  • Sublimated great white shark print on front 
  • Adjustable snap-back closure for a perfect fit
  • Pre-curved bill
  • Interior details include PADI-logoed seam tape and sewed in headband with collaboration logo
  • Contains the equivalent of 8 post-consumer, plastic bottles

Size:
One size fits most

Materials:

  • Front panels: 100% recycled polyester 
  • Back panels:  25% organic cotton, 40% landfill recycled plastic, 35% ocean recycled plastic

Care Instructions:

  • Wipe with a soft cloth
  • Use mild soap
  • Do not submerge, bleach or put in a washing machine

 

Part of the PADI X Mike Coots Signature Collection:

We’re thrilled to collaborate with surfer, photographer, shark attack survivor, shark advocate and PADI Ambassadiver Mike Coots to create another PADI Gear Signature Collection.  Much like the Joe Romeiro collaboration (link), our latest collection was designed to celebrate the powerful beauty of sharks, providing a balanced perspective counter to the “beast” portrayal of sharks in the media. Not only will part of the proceeds fund conservation of local ecosystems critical to the pacific Great White population, but it’s our joint hope the collection will start meaningful dialogues about rethinking the shark – a species critical to the health of our oceans.

 

More about the collection.