The Reeflex Freerider as per title offers the user freedom in its stretchy Japanese Limestone materials. The perfect suit for either side of Winter. Keep yourself out of the elements on those harsher days whether it's wind or water.
Features: Entry: Zipperless Entry Neoprene: Neospan 3.0 Thickness: 2/2mm Stitch: GBS construction Seal: No Key Stash: Yes Heat Lining: No Additional Features: Embossed logos, ultra span silk, X Tend Elastic, Lavish Lunar Layer
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.
Japanese Limestone Neoprene
Japanese limestone neoprene is a friendly alternative to petroleum based neoprene’s. The flexibility and insulation characteristics of this neoprene is what makes it one of the most sought after materials in the wetsuit industry. Enjoy warmth and stretch in all directions.
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.
Zipperless entry wetsuits have a pull-to-the-side entry point at the chest which can be tightened by a draw string. These suits are surprisingly easy to get in and out of. Zipperless suits minimise the chance of water getting in.
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.