Men's Scuba Diving Neoprene Wetsuit - 5.5 mm designed for scuba divers in temperate waters between 61° and 75°f.
Above all easy to put on and take off. This two-piece wetsuit allows you to choose a top and a bottom of different sizes that are better adapted to your stature.
5.5 mm neoprene salopettes.\nTaped seams with a glued and blind stitched assembly
Easy to put on
This two-piece wetsuit is easy to put on and take off.
You can mix and match longjohn and jacket sizes.
Ergonomic reinforcements on the knees and shoulders.
Freedom of movement
Anatomic cut frees up arm movement.\nNo stitching under the arms.
Details on thermal insulation
5.5 mm neoprene wet-type salopettes.
Seams taped using a GBS (glued and blind stitched) assembly.
Once a thin layer of water (that enters through the zip) gets trapped between you body and the wetsuit, the water stays warm as it is not replaced.
With this two-piece wetsuit, you can choose salopettes and jackets of different sizes.
Weight of the salopettes (size L): 2.9 lbs
GBS (glued and blind stitched) assembly
First, the neoprene is bonded, and then stitched for maximum resistance to abrasion. A specific stitch is used: the needle does not pass completely through the neoprene to prevent water from entering the jacket when diving.
Thermal performance class
This scuba diving suit provides thermal protection that has been tested by the independent INPP institute in order to validate its compliance with the current standard (EN 14225-1: 2005).
This suit is certified CLASS C
A (+7°C/+12°C / +45°F/+54°F)
B (+10°C/+18°C / +50°F/+64°F)
C (+16°C/+24°C / +61°F/+75°F)
D (+22°C/+30°C / +72°F/+86°F)
What is a wet wetsuit?
This is the most common type of diving wetsuit on the market. It is not designed to keep the water out, but to trap it, so that your body then warms it up, creating a thermal buffer between you and the outside.
Made of neoprene - a rubber polymer filled with air bubbles - these wetsuits are available in thicknesses of 0.5 to 7 mm.
Thanks to their suppleness and modularity, they constitute excellent diving wetsuits.
Tips on how to get into a wetsuit
Put your foot in a plastic bag. Then put your leg into your wetsuit. Your foot comes out completely and smoothly!
To adjust, ask someone to blow into your sleeve from the wrist. The incoming air inflates the interior of the neoprene wetsuit, immediately separating it from your skin. You can then easily proceed with the final adjustments.
Tips on how to take care of your wetsuit
1) After each session, soak the wetsuit in clean water, on the outside and the inside
2) Use a bactericide solution to clean
3) Rinse thoroughly in clean water
4) Dry on a large hangar in a well ventilated place in the shade
The sun will cause the colors of the textile parts of the wetsuit to fade
Zip fasteners can be cleaned with a toothbrush and lubricated with silicone grease.
What is the SUBEA brand?
Tribord Diving is now called SUBEA, the Decathlon brand dedicated to underwater sports (snorkeling, scuba diving, spearfishing and free-diving). The markings on all our diving products will gradually be replaced.
Why SUBEA? Because: "SUBaquatic Experiences are Amazing"!
For more information: www.subea.com
Designed and tested by our teams and our technical partner in Hendaye (France) to approve the thermal insulation.
Foam : 100.0% Rubber - Chloroprene - Neoprene\r\nLining : 100.0% Polyamide
must be worn with a neoprene jacket.
Dry your wetsuit out of the sun and well clear of all sources of heat. Store your wetsuit on a hanger to keep its shape and conserve the neoprene.
salt water resistant. Rinse with fresh water before prolonged storage. Do not leave to dry in the sun.
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