The Attica Alpha suit with long sleeves offers extra warmth for mild Winters and the months on either side of the cold period. Stay warm and stay warm in style this Winter.
Features: Entry: Attica YKK Chest Zip Neoprene: 100% Neospan 4.0 Superstretch Thickness: 2/2mm Stitch: GBS construction Seal: External liquid seam seal Key Stash: Yes Heat Lining: No Additional Features: Seamless stomach design, taped criticals, contoured fit, raw cut glide skin neck, wrist cuff seals, key stash pocket, 3D logo
Understanding this wetsuit's technology
The L/s springsuit wetsuit has short legs and long arms. These suits are ideal in mild to cool climates. A long sleeve springsuit will allow the user upper torso warmth and will keep the user warm in those months where it's colder out of the water than in.
2/2mm This wetsuit thickness is ideal for warm waters. 2/2mm wetsuits means are reinforced by 2mm of neoprene the entire length of suit.
Neospan 4.0 Neospan allows the user four-way stretch. This allows easier movement throughout all conditions and situations. Neospan can be manufactured in a variety of colours and is most popular with ocean sports.
GBS refers to glued and blind stitched. This is the most common stitch you will come across. The GBS construction technique allows the rider to feel higher levels of stretch which also allows higher levels of durability.
Chest Zip Wetsuit
Chest zip wetsuits have a zip in the upper area of the chest. These suits are easy to get in and out of and are the most common within the intermediate to advanced range. Having the zipper at the chest affords the user maximum stretch and comfort.
The key stash is a small piece of nylon string that allows the user to lasso and attach their key whilst they surf. The key stash is in the chest area and does not get in your way. The key stash does not work with electric keys.
Liquid Seam Seal Liquid seam seal refers to a taping which runs over the top of wetsuit stitching. The liquid seam seal is, as name suggests, a liquid seal which will prevent water from getting through your seams. It will also keep your stitching a bit more out of harms way.