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Camouflaged Aqualung Sphera

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Dec 15, 2003
hello, simple question

does anyone know wether aqualung ever made camouflaged sphera masks?

if so where to get them nowadays

it would make the ideal mask for me since I already have a camouflaged suit, even had my gloves and socks made to fit my suit....

thnx in advance
Hi anarchist!
I don`t think there is a camo version of the sphera available and I don`t think it matters either. The size of the mask is about the size of the colour spots on a camo suit so get one in black and you`ll be fine, guaranteed. BTW, mine is transparent getting yellowish eventually, so with the skin tones shining through it is perfect on sandy ground....
If you go deep enough the camo suit is rendered useless due to it will be black all around you anyway!!!

Greets, Joe
I have the bright blue sphera but was able to camo it a bit using permanent markers"sharpie fine tip." Black green and blue doodles and it matches my OMER bluewater suit perfectly. I did the same with my blue abyss mask. takes about 5-10 minutes and looks great.

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