Fourth Element Surface Men's Yulex 4/3mm Chest Zip Wetsuit a revolutionary eco-friendly design featuring Yulex a natural neoprene alternative. The Surface Chest Zip wetsuit is designed for life in the water offering great versatility to wear for a range of water sport activities. So if you're looking for a one wetsuit fits all water sports option the Fourth Element Surface could be the suit for you.
Made with certified sustainable natural rubber and recycled inner linings the Surface wetsuit serves to increase Fourth Element's core values and growing eco-credentials.
The Surface wetsuit combines 4/3mm Yulex thickness offering enhanced core thermal protection and improved flexibility for freedom of movement with potential for wearing year round in-water use depending on your chose activity and environment. A superbly engineered wetsuit for multi-sport use such as paddle boarding, scuba diving, freediving, snorkelling, swimming, and surfing.
A Chest Zip front entry wetsuit ensures maximum flexibility can be achieved. Reducing the amount of stitching and panelling on the rear of the wetsuit also helps to virtually eliminate potential flushing around the rear of the neck. Further enhanced by the addition of inner ankle and wrist seals to ensure water ingress is minimized. The result is incredible flexibility, freedom of movement and performance throughout the suit.
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Using Yulex Pure™, a 100% plant based alternative to neoprene, Fourth Element's Surface 4/3mm wetsuit is lined with recycled polyester made from post-consumer plastic bottles. Seams have been blindstitched and bonded with water-based glue, delivering comfort from a suit designed to have minimal impact on the ocean.
What Makes this Product Ocean Positive ? Yulex Pure™ is FSC® Certified, ultra-pure natural rubber made in the USA. The plants are grown without artificial irrigation systems and the materials are processed with recycled water. Even the waste plant material after the rubber extraction process is used as biomass fuel for electricity generation. The lining fabrics are created from ocean-bound plastic bottles, recycled and spun into polyester yarn. Water-based glues are used to bond the foam to the fabrics and every care is taken to minimize the environmental impact of this product.