- Waterproof stretch taping (50%): critical areas
- GBS (Glued Blind Stitch)
- YKK Front-zip
- Glideskin neck construction
- Hex-tech kneepads
- Shin protection
- Velcro ankle closure straps (included)
- Non slip cuffs
- Key pocket 2.0: keyloop with mini buckle
Waterproof stretch position taping 50%. A neoprene taping is positioned on the critical seams of the suit. This prevents water from coming through the seams on critical points of the human body.
Glued blind stitching method whereby the panels are first glued together and then only stitched halfway through the fabric instead of fully perforating it, which makes the seams waterproof.
Front-zip. With a horizontal zipper on the chest, wetsuits with a Double Front-zip open from the top. This construction allows for an easier entry. Front-zip suits have more stretch in the back panel which gives you a lot more freedom of movement.
Shin protection. Taking a rail to the shins isn’t fun, but having EVA padding in our Shin Protection lowers the impact of your board by a ton.
Aquaflash. Wipe out or simply needed to take a leak? The perforated neoprene patches on the lower leg, that we like to call Aquaflush, will ensure that all liquids exit the suit easily.
Key pocket 2.0: keyloop with mini-buckle. An external neoprene key pocket conveniently positioned on the lower leg of the suit. The standard key loop is now equipped with a mini-buckle to release your key with ease while making sure your key is safe inside.
- M-Flex (100%)
- Fox fleece in chest, back and lower body
M-Flex – 100%. Now you’ve decided you’re getting a kick out of the cold and wind, why not upgrade to M-Flex 100%? It’ll keep you warm and also provides more stretch. Get ready for your next step and prepare well for the conditions you’re about to face.
Fox Fleece. Big loops in the fabric create a high pile lining that holds air for extra insulation. It holds less water enhancing the fast-drying abilities of the fabric. With its superior stretch performance in all directions it’s super suitable for every panel in all of our suit.