Everflex Mens 3mm Wetsuit
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The Scubapro Everflex Mens 3mm Wetsuit is a premium wetsuit made to be more ergonomic and keep you warmer in the water. Made from ultra flexible X-Foam neoprene and a minimal seam design the Everflex will let you move more naturally in the water.
X-Foam Neoprene has many benefits over traditional neoprene blends including flexibility, warmth and water shedding. X-Foam is the only neoprene that complies to PAH test requirements which means that it more hypoallergenic and friendlier to the environment than other neoprene's.
Inside you'll find Heliospan and Diamondspan linings which are very effective at trapping water while you are wearing it and keeping you warmer while draining much faster than other linings so you can jump in for a second dive sooner.
- The Everflex family offers thermal protection to suit virtually every diving scenario.
- 3/2mm steamers are CE-certified Class B
- All suits are made from one hundred percent environmentally friendly X-Foam, an exclusive SCUBAPRO neoprene formulation.
- Pure Design Concept (PDC) uses pre-formed dimensional shapes and fewer seams to create suits that conform to the body like a second skin.
- New YKK zipper offers increased long-term durability and ease of use.
- Double blind-stitched outer seams and single blind-stitched inner seams are durable, watertight and comfortable against bare skin.
- Diamond Span inner lining's water-draining material enhances cold-water protection.
- Heliospan panels in torso area are comfortable against the skin and soak up water, providing extra insulation and warmth.
- Glideskin seals at the wrist, ankles and neck minimize water intrusion.
- Compression-molded zipper flap/spine pad reduces water entry and increases back protection.
- Tatex knee and shoulder pads, along with protective treatment on elbows, offer excellent protection against abrasion.
Scubapro Everflex Mens 3mm Wetsuit - Features
|Ankle Seal Type|
?As with the neck and wrists, the ankle seals help to stop water be flushed into the suit through movement, trapping warm water against the skin and maintaining body temperature Close.
|Ankle Seal Zips|
?A extra layer than can be unzipped to allow the fitting and sealing of neoprene boots, helping to prevent flushing of cold water Close.
|Entry Zip Location|
?The location of the entry zip. The zip is normally located in the centre of the front or rear of the suit but an offset zip can provide better comfort and aid donning and doffing.
A wetsuit system usually has a rear entry zip on the full length piece and a front entry zip on the shorty. This is to avoid overlapping the zips which would create an uncomfortable ridge. Close.
?Whether a hood is supplied with the suit Close.
|Male or Female Fit|
?Wet suits are specifically cut for either men or women to provide a more comfortable fit. Close.
|Neck Seal Type|
?The neck seal is an important component of a wetsuit, providing a critical seal against cold water flushing into the suit. An entry level suit will feature a simple zip up collar whilst a high specification suit will have an adjustable closure and smooth finish to create a good seal. Close.
|Reinforced Knee Pads|
?Reinforced knee pads help to prolong the life of the suit by protecting the knees from abrasive damage. Close.
?The stitching can affect both the comfort and also the thermal protection that the suit can provide.
Overlock is the basic stitching type, two pieces are stitched together creating a small ridge which can cause indentations in the skin and irritation.
Flatlock and Blind stitch joins two pieces edge to edge providing a more comfortable flat finish. Blind stitch is different stitch pattern to flatlock that uses glue. The reduced number of needle hole and use of glue helps reduce water entry through the stitching.
Seam sealed utilises a blind stitch join for comfort with the addition of an internal tape or liquid seal to create a better water barrier and prevent water seeping through the stitching. Close.
|Thermal Protection Class|
?Class A: 7 - 12 degrees celcius
Class B: 10 - 18 degrees celcius
Class C: 16 - 24 degrees celcius
Class D: 22 - 30 degrees celcius
This is the thermal class given to the wetsuit by an independent testing body. Each class band covers a temperatures range that a suit certified for. This grading system currently only applies to full length suits, shorties are excluded.
As an example two different 5mm thick wetsuits may look the same but one is more expensive and receives a higher grade. Without the grade to identify that the suit provides better thermal protection it is difficult to justify the higher price.
?The neoprene thickness of the wet suit. Generally speaking the thicker the neoprene the warmer the suit but there are other factors to bear in mind such as the amount of water that is allowed to 'flush' through components like the zip and seals. Close.
|Wrist Seal Type|
?The wrist seal is another important barrier to prevent water flowing freely in and out of the suit. Close.
|Wrist Seal Zips|
?Wrist seal zips allow a outer neoprene layer to be rolled back so that the hand opening in a divers gloves can be sandwiched between two layers, helping to prevent water flushing into the gloves. Close.
We offer free standard delivery on orders over £50.
Standard delivery is £3.95 for orders under £50. You will receive your order 2 - 4 days from the date of despatch. Order by 3pm on a working weekday and we will aim to despatch the same day.
Next Working Day is £6.95.
We hope you will be completely satisfied with any product purchased from Simply Scuba.
However, you can return it for any reason within 28 days from the date of despatch for a full refund (less postage costs).
Royal Mail tracked return option within the UK for your convenience.
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