Info on the Fourth Element Xerotherm Leggings
Xerotherm Leggings from Fourth Element. The Xerotherm is the ultimate base layer for use under a drysuit. Made using Polartec® Powerstretch® which was originally developed for NASA, the Xerotherm traps a layer of air - a much better insulator than water - next to the skin, keeping the wearer drier and more comfortable.
Designed to be worn under a padded undersuit or on its own under a crushed neoprene drysuit, it provides astonishing warmth without contributing to bulk.
Warm: The Xerotherm is the ultimate base layer system for dry suit diving. It can be used either on its own under crushed neoprene or under a Thinsulate to augment a diver's existing thermal protection.
Lightweight: Constructed from Polartec Power Strech fabric which has been used on several Everest expeditions, the Xerotherm is the most effective next to the skin garment for ensuring warmth and comfort in demanding environmental conditions.
Fast wicking: The Xerotherm is made from the fastest wicking fabric in existence. Moisture is moved away from the skin. Air, which is a far superior insulator, is held at the skins surface. This dramaticly reduces conductive heat loss from the body.
Four way stretch and versatility: Worn under membrame suits, as a base layer beneath existing thermal protection, the Xeortherm significantly improves a diver's warmth and comfort. Under crushed neoprene suits the low volume, high thermal performance of the Xerotherm provides outstanding protection without loss of freedom of movement.
Increase the warmth of your xerotherm by add a Fourth Element DryBase layer underneath. Pre and post dive use the Fourth Element Ozone outerwear to avoid the chill.
1.) High waisted leggings with flat tape ensures no separation of top and leggings. Flat seams are used throughout to maximise next to the skin comfort.
2.) Secure foot pockets ensure leggings stay in place whilst donning a drysuit. On the top, thumb loops prevent sleeves from riding up.This item cannot be sent outside the EU due to manufacturers restrictions