This wetsuit has thermal insulation and also floats in water.
The material is soft, well-cushioned, and stretchy.
In order to make the suits to a perfect fit that bring great mobility, we make them more three-dimensional.
As for sewing the neoprene jersey material, we use our own technique so that it does not fray easily.
Whatever style you would like for your wetsuit, please ask us.
We use SCS (Super Composite Skin) fabrics for our wetsuits. The fabric allows us to make suits for competitive usage (1.5 mm thickness) or for practice (2 mm thickness).
This material is made with polyester or nylon.
Pasting these polyester or nylon neoprene jersey materials onto rubber strengthens the material and offers various colors when used on the outer layer.
It also makes it easier to wear as it slides against the skin when used on the inner layer.
Elasticity: 180 – 380%
Water absorption: 0 – 5%
SCS is a special treatment done to the surface of the fabric material called Smoothskin.
By applying a coating of micelle-structured hydrophilicity and hydrophobicity to the rubber surface, surface resistance is reduced, making it easy to put on and take off the wetsuits.
When water comes into contact with the material, it acts like coated water molecules and glides off.
The skin friction coefficient is 0.23 – 0.021cdf
This material used on the surface of the rubber is called Smoothskin.
The material is used for the inner and/or outer layer of the wetsuits, creating a smooth surface.
When used on the outer surface, it allows wetsuits to dry immediately, which can prevent divers from getting cold from wind chill out of the water.
When used on the inner surface, you can use powder or water to help put on the suit.
Using this material on the inner surface of the wetsuits retains heat and brings a suede-like smooth feel against the skin.
It also has high water repellency.