- Super stretch 7mm neoprene (petroleum free) for maximum comfort and freedoom of movement
- Durable TIZIP Dry zipper to limit water entrance
- Cargo pocket for maximum storage
- Liquid fusion seam technology and wrist and ankle cuff seals to limit water entrance
- Removeable hood included
- Abrasion resistant Supratex shoulder and knee prints
- Neoprene collar
Scuba diving wetsuits
Aqualung offers you a wide choice of quality wetsuits you can select from based on your upcoming diving conditions.
Aqualung wetsuits are the result of technical innovations that promote flexibility, comfort and exceptional waterproofness over time, all based on a sustainable development approach.
An eco-friendly focus as we are aware that the textile industry is the second biggest source of pollution after the oil industry so Aqualung has made a point of creating a line of wetsuits that is as eco-friendly as possible by leaving out certain materials that are harmful to the environment, particularly oil-based products.
Our engineering teams have developed multiple technologies to substitute these polluting materials such as a water-based glue called Aqua™ used on Xscape and DynaFlex wetsuits.
The Xscape wetsuit is our flagship product in terms of eco-friendliness since it is made mainly of organiprene which is a mixture of Yulex, a natural rubber, and recycled materials. It also features polyester made from 100% recycled bottles on the suit's outer and inner layers.
The DynaFlex and Dive or semi-waterproof Iceland and SolAfx wet diving suits use neoprene recycled from used tyres, and do not contain any polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or petroleum.
Aqualung also very closely monitors its water and electricity consumption and we have implemented biodegradable packaging made of corn starch for the DynaFlex series of clothing. Flexible, comfortable and durable wetsuits A technological contribution to greater flexibility: we are working to make our clothing more and more flexible to ensure you have even greater freedom of movement when diving in the middle of fish, dolphins and other cetaceans.