Thursday, September 17, 2020

Body Glove Unveils New Freediving Wetsuit

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Body Glove introduced the company’s new freedive wetsuit at DEMA Show 2016.

The freedive suits are available in 3mm, 5mm and 7mm thicknesses and are two-part suits consisting of a beaver tail jacket with built-in hood and separate high-waist pants.

The suits are lined with Lycra on both sides and have skin seals at the face, wrists and ankles.

Camouflauge patterns are available in ocean blue and green kelp and even the edge seams are dyed to match the suit for improved optical stealth in the water.

Retail pricing is US$329.99/308.19 Euros for the 3mm suit, $349.99/326.87 Euros for the 5mm one and $379.99/354.89 Euros for the 7mm one.

For more information, check out the Body Glove website at bodyglove.com.

Ron Smith
Ron Smithhttp://www.smithaerospace.us
Ron Smith developed the DOL-Fin hydrofoil type monofin products, and used his DOL-Fin Orca to set a US dynamic record in 2012. Ron is an award winning aerospace engineer and inventor, specializing in fluid dynamics, control systems design, simulation development and system performance prediction. He has been using his engineering background to develop new diving technology to make make the oceans more accessible for exploration.

1 COMMENT

  1. A 5 or 7mm wetsuit makes no sense when double-lined.

    If it’s cold enough to need that much neoprene, you need rubber against the skin… Preferably open-called.

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