Freediving wetsuit that's great for shore diving
Why is nylon with opencell wetsuit recommended for freedivers? If you do shore diving then it's possible that you get hurt by the reef rocks, if you're in smooth skin wetsuit there is high chance of damaging the wetsuit; instead, nylon wetsuit is more durable than the smooth skin type of wetsuit, which won't cause direct damages immediately.
So is being in the water. When meeting the strong current, it's very hard to completely avoid wetsuit getting hurt by reef rocks. Hence for people who care about the wetsuit durability, this type of wetsuit is stongly recommended.
Besides, why choosing opencell from the inside instead of nylon? Though opencell wetsuit requires soapy water to get in, it keeps divers a lot warmer than the nylon one. Opencell side sticks to humans' skin more easily so it slows down the sea water getting in and out of the wetsuit, which traps warmth more easily.
This wetsuit is great for beginners and advanced freedivers as well.
The nuts and bolts
: Strechy Yamamoto neoprene from Japan, super strechy nylon from the outside, opencell from the inside.
: Taut and snug, carefully designed and engineered.
: Durable and stretchy nylon, less likely to get scuffed, seams on the open cell side are carefully glued, providing outstanding durability. Perfect for freediving training.
: Yamamoto neoprene is very stretchy, you get to free dive without feeling restricted. Feel the freedom of your movement.
: Premium material used, carefully monitored and been through countless tests by professional experts and freediving instrutors. We focus on producing professional free diving wetsuits.
: Fit cutting with open cell from inside, it traps wa easily for keeping freedivers warm.
90% Yamamoto Neoprene, 10% Nylon
Yamamoto neoprene provides outstanding flexibility.
Durable and stretchy nylon, less likely to get scuffed, seams on the open cell side are carefully glued, providing outstanding durability. Perfect for freediving training.
Yamamoto neoprene is very stretchy, you get to free dive without feeling restricted. Feel the freedom of your movement.
Thickness: 3 mm
Hooded jacket with high waisted pant.
Hot to put on freediving opencell wetsuit?
1. Apply organic soapy water all over your body. Pour organic soapy water into the wetsuit and shake the wetsuit thoroughly so that all the soapy water mix evenly.
2. Put on the wetsuit pant. Slide your leg one at a time into the pants, pull the pant all the way up to your waist. Put on wetsuit top. Slip your head in, then slip both your arms in the sleeves. Slightly pull the bottom of the wetsuit top down.
3. Use your finger pulps slightly adjust your wetsuit for making sure all the curves are contoured to your body.
4. Reach behind you and grab the beavertail and snap it in place.
5. For removing the top, detach the wetsuit beavertail, fold up the bottom of the suit around the waist, place your other hand on the opposite side bottom of the suit and lift up at the same time.
1. Opencell side is fragile. Do not put on or take off with your finger nails.
2. Do pour soapy water into the wetsuit before wearing it.
3. Do not wear it dry.
5. Do not pull the beaver tail while taking off the wetsuit.
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