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Mens Bare HD2 Tech

Best Price: CAD$3349.95

Most drysuit’s are specially ordered as there is a certain amount of customization involved. Average delivery time is approximately 3 weeks. If you need a suit sooner, please contact our staff prior to ordering so we can ensure we can meet your needs.

Men’s Sizing

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Product Description

Improved for 2018, the Expedition series suit is constructed out of our most durable and abrasion-resistant fabric. We’ve bolstered this suit with hardwearing features that minimize bulk and improve flexibility and performance in the water for technically demanding dives. Material ratings make it one of the most robust and longest wearing suits on the market, while simplified seam construction improves the suit’s durability and longevity.

Features and Benefits

  • Anatomically shaped torso, arms and legs eliminates excess bulk and improves aqua dynamics
  • Low profile valves
  • Lightweight low-profile plastic dry zipper with protective zipper flap
  • Telescoping torso with elastic crotch strap, rear double anchor and adjustable quick release front buckle
  • Includes 4-point suspenders
  • M-PADZ knee protection
  • Includes Tech Boots & 2 Tech Pockets
  • 2 large pockets w/ 5 bungee cords (3 regular / 2 thick)
  • 2 needle “felled seam” construction increases seam integrity, is low profile and less prone to abrasion and finishes for a clean look
  • Flexible double taped reinforcement at “critical wear” seam points for added durability

Technical Specifications

Material:

  • A proprietary blend of lightweight and flexible heavy-duty NYLON and CORDURA fabrics improves overall suit durability and extends the life of your drysuit.
  • CORDURA RipStop fabric provides additional protection on the lower sleeves, crotch/seat and lower legs.

Innovation:

  • 2MM nylon/smoothskin “Smart Collar” with vented neck drain provides an improved seal with the BARE dry hood
  • Removable inflator valve backer pad reduces discomfort as a result of the “squeeze” at depths