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Technical Features

All you need to know when it comes to wetsuit technologies, from neoprene to seams or closing system.

NEOPRENE

All wetsuits are made of neoprene. Great wetsuits are made of great neoprene. The higher the quality, the lighter, warmer and more flexible your wetsuit will be.
Thermal Smoothie
Thermal Smoothie
Wind & water-repellent, the Thermal Smoothie panels on your back and chest acts as a barrier against the cold where it’s needed the most.
16% more flexible than our competitors.
Wind & Water repellent to keep you warmer.
thermalsmoothie

INNER LINNING

- 3 different levels of thermals: Mix of thermals = better body temperature regulation.
- Unique DIAMOND DELUXE pattern that provides unique benefits: Less body contact – allowing for more trapped air. Drain and Disconnected Channels - allowing for more flow and stretch.
Warm flight Technology
Warm flight Technology
REVOLUTIONARY LINING
Technology super warm fleece lining keeps body heat in and water out. This lightweight material insulates to keep you warm yet repels water for a faster drying time.
warmflight
Warm flight Far Infrared Heat X2
Warm flight Far Infrared Heat X2
Mineral-enriched fibers retain body heat while our Diamond Deluxe material traps air against the skin for added warmth.
warmflightx2

SEAM TECHNOLOGY

The seams are the skeleton of a wetsuit. They determine the strength, flexibility and watertightness of its construction, so it’s an important factor when selecting the right suit for you.
GBS
GBS
Glued & Blindstitched construction is triple glued and single blind stitched seams. The stitching on Triple Glued and Blind Stitched seams only partially penetrates the neoprene, which reduces water entry, keeping you warmer, longer.
gbs
Hydrolock
Hydrolock
The thinnest, lightest, and most flexible seal available. 60% thinner & lighter than our LFS seal. A thin bead of liquid tape used on GBS to prevent leaks.
hydrolock
LFS
LFS
A stretchy, flexible liquid tape that seals GBS stitched seams. LFS refuses to leak and is extremely comfortable.
lfs

ZIP SYSTEM

The zip you select will depend on your personal preference. Chest zip, Back zip or zipperless? Make your choice.
Waterblock Semi-Dry Zip
Waterblock Semi-Dry Zip
Free floating zipper technology. Off-Set teeth are coated to minimise water entry to keep you dry.
waterblock
YKK #10 Back Zip
YKK #10 Back Zip
Free floating zipper technology that will keep you dry. Spend more time in the water, not getting into a suit. Easy to get into and effortless to get out of.
ykk10
PK #8 Chest Zip
PK #8 Chest Zip
The chest-zip system increases waterproofing and flexibility.
pk8
Front Zip System
Front Zip System
The easiest front entry zip system to put on and take off without sacrificing flexibility and comfort.
frontzipsystem

PROTECTION, ADJUSTMENT AND LOCKING SYSTEMS

On top of the main technology in our wetsuits, we’ve developed other systems that will make your life in the water even easier.
Hydrowrap Adjustable Neck Closure
Hydrowrap Adjustable Neck Closure
A completely adjustable neck closure system that creates a secure & watertight seal.
hydrowrap
Hydroshield Water Barrier
Hydroshield Water Barrier
Prevents water from entering the suit through the zipper, which will keep you warmer longer.
hydroshield
Glideskin Neck Seal
Glideskin Neck Seal
An ultra-smooth neoprene liner for superior comfort and a watertight seal.
glideskin
Flush Lock 2.0 Seals
Flush Lock 2.0 Seals
Strategically placed seals prevent water flushing thought wrists and ankle.
flushlock
Ecto-flex Knee Pads
Ecto-flex Knee Pads
A durable, lightweight and flexible outer knee pad that protects you and your board.
ectoflex
Fused Edges
Fused Edges
Engineered to create an incredibly low profile at the end of the cuff providing an ergonomic fitting that prevents flushing through the neck, wrist and ankles.
fusededges

Womens Wetsuit Technologies Guide