Reflex neoprene is a fragile material. It is advisable to wet this diving suit first, preferably with soapy water, and then to put it on with the greatest care.
Your nails can damage the inside of your wetsuit, if you do not put it on / take it off correctly. If a snag or tear appears in the diving suit, it must be repaired with neoprene glue.
Exclusive Subea camouflage: what is the difference between the unstructured black camo and the realistic khaki camo?
The camouflage used on spearfishing diving suits is designed to help the wearer blend in better with the underwater environment.
The grey/black camo (diving suit reference 8552355) is "unstructured". Its unstructured disruptive design breaks up the outline of the spearfishing diver.
The khaki camo (diving suit reference 8501841) is "realistic". Its almost photographic print allows the diver to blend in with their environment against rock, seagrass, seaweed, etc.
Diving suit colours
Once the diving suit is wet, the colours become darker.
These trousers have knee reinforcements to prevent wear to the fabric when fishing from a hide, for example.
Stitch bonded assembly
First, the neoprene is bonded, and then stitched for maximum resistance to abrasion. A specific stitch is used: the needle does not pass completely through the neoprene to prevent water from entering the jacket when diving.