Friday, December 1, 2023

Erin Durbin-Sherer

Erin began diving in 2012 as preparation for a trip to Hawaii and before the year was out she'd left her old life behind to work in the dive industry full-time. When she's not out exploring the deep and collecting c-cards, you might find her making art or working on her master's thesis in cultural anthropology at San Diego State University. Erin is an Associate Editor with DeeperBlue.com.

Getting Deep with Orca Brand Ambassador William Trubridge

Discover the remarkable journey of world-record-setting freediver William Trubridge, from setting his first record in 2007 to his groundbreaking achievements in an Orca Zen Competition Freediving Wetsuit, as he combines his expertise with Orca's innovation to perfect the art of freediving.

How the High-Tech Orca Lab Keeps Orca Wetsuits at the Top of the Food Chain

From schematics on the drawing board to testing in the salty depths, Orca Lab puts science to work to bring you the best wetsuit for wherever the ocean takes you.

Review Extra: SDC OceanRider Diver Watch

SDC OceanRider Watches blend high-quality tech and upcycled materials to bring you a timepiece that looks sharp, dives deep, and winds itself while you're wearing it.

Review Extra: Fourth Element Expedition Series Drypack

The Fourth Element Expedition Series Drypack is big enough to accommodate gear for the serious aquatic adventurer, and is thoughtfully designed for comfort during the most strenuous trek.

The 2020 Ocean Christmas Gift Guide

With the holiday season approaching fast, DeeperBlue has some suggestions for the conservation-concerned diver on your gift list.

At Fourth Element, Size Matters, And So Does Your Feedback

The women of Fourth Element get personal with the Size Matters campaign, donning their own kit and stepping in front of the lens to help customers find the best fit.

How It’s Made: The Suunto D5

Suunto give us an inside look onto the process of how a dive computer makes it off the drawing board and onto your wrist.

Enslaved: Bringing Stories Of The Slave Trade From The Bottom of the Ocean

We talk to the dive team behind the new six-part series "Enslaved" that brings to light some of the untold stories of the Transatlantic slave trade

Things To Keep Connected To The Ocean While On Lockdown

While we are out of the water for a while, check out our recommendation on books, movies, and podcasts to keep us entertained.

Maintaining a Long-Distance Relationship With the Ocean In The Age of Social Distancing

Lockdowns all over the world are keeping divers landlocked, but even when circumstances keep us out of the water there are still ways to maintain our connection to the sea.