The Attica Delta springsuit is ideal for the entry level bodyboarder getting wet in warmer climates. The easy entry backzip is the perfect way to get started and keep yourself warm in those cooler months.
Features: Entry:Back Zip Neoprene:S-Light Neoprene/ Neospan 3.0 underarms Thickness: 2/2mm Stitch: Flatlock Seal: No Key Stash: Yes Heat Lining: No Additional Features: Contoured fit, glideskin neck, 3D logo
Understanding this wetsuit's technology
The springsuit wetsuit has short arms and legs. These suits are ideal in mild to warm climates. The springsuit allows the rider maximum flexibility through its open arms and legs. These suits are used on either side of Winter during warmer and windier months.
S-Light Neoprene is an entry level neoprene which is hard wearing and quite thick. Whilst it is limited in its flexibility this neoprene is fine for the user who is bodyboarding only occasionally.
Neospan 3.0 allows the user three-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.
2/2mm Wetsuit Thicknes
2/2mm wetsuit thickness is ideal for warm waters. These wetsuits use 2mm of neoprene the entire length of suit.
Flatlock stitching is panel to panel stitching. The bottom panel is stitched to the top panel.
Back Zip Wetsuit
Back zip wetsuits have a zip on the upper area of the back. These suits are easy to get in and out of are are most common within the entry level range. Having the zipper at the back, whilst easy to get in and out of, minimises stretch and in some cases 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.