First called 'Blue Stuff' which started in the early nineties in Sharm el Sheikh by Jonathan Shawyer and Martin Schlotterbeck as a counter part to their winter brand called 'White Stuff' which they had established when they were working in the snowy winter resorts prior to settling in Sharm. The brand BFTB immediately became a runner among water sports professionals in Egypt.

The quality and durability of the Egyptian cotton made it to be what it is today, many customers still own shirts they purchased way back in the 90's.

Captivating Ocean designs make it a unique brand with it's fans.

OCEANROAMERS is managing the brand, and is currently working on relaunching a new collection with investors, are you interested to invest or function as a distributor? Don't hesitate to contact me through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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