Travel wetsuit from Fourth Element

Thermocline is a high quality 2mm alternative

Author: Pat
19th April 2012
 

Picture of the Fourth Element Thermocline wetsuit
A new lightweight wetsuit from Fourth Element weighs just one-and-a-half kilos.

The Thermocline one-piece suit is a clever new garment ideal for tropical blue water diving.

It’s also almost neutrally buoyant and has minimum weight and bulk.

minimum weight

Which means stuffed into your suitcase it takes up about the same volume as the average sweatshirt.

On the inside, the Thermocline is fleece-lined, and easily donned thanks to a full length zip on the front.

It’s cut from a silky breathable membrane material and comes in a choice of men’s and women’s sizes.

So if you’re off somewhere tropical soon (lucky you) and need a decent suit, check out the Fourth Element Thermocline, priced £199.

 
 
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