Typhoon International is delighted to introduce its new range of high-performance surfing and watersports wetsuits, designed for use across a board spectrum of water-based activities.
From surfing and paddle boarding to dinghy sailing and kayaking, the Ventnor3.2 range of wetsuits, supplied in both male and female fits, offers superior thermal protection while in or on the water.
Using its extensive experience gained over 70 years manufacturing marine products and apparel, Typhoon’s new Ventnor range combines advanced technical fabric with an ergonomic design and durable construction processes, resulting in a stylish and functional wetsuit for both amateurs and professionals.
Using 3.2mm REACH compliant neoprene, the supersoft, ultra-stretch fabric has been engineered to ensure maximum flexibility and manoeuvrability, while the hollow fibre furness thermal liner is positioned where you need it most to ensure warmth and comfort.
Eliminating water ingress through the seams and further maximising warmth and protection, the Ventnor wetsuits are constructed with a glued and blind stitched sealed seam system enhanced with an external liquid sealed seam system.
Both the men’s and women’s wetsuits are offered with either an over the head YKK® Aquaseal zip system, offering additional flexibility in the back panel, or a YKK® back zip entry system via a vertical zip from the neck down to the waist for ease of donning.
The Ventnor range’s innovative design is complemented with a smooth and stretchy Glideskin neck seal, knee reinforcement for added durability and longevity, and a discreet key stash pocket.
“The introduction of our Ventnor wetsuits to the watersports market is the culmination of extensive research and development,” says Amy Grealish, marketing and communications manager at Typhoon International. “With contoured seams, produced using Typhoon’s ‘body mapping’ technology, we’ve created our most ergonomically shaped suit, designed to fit both men and women of all shapes and sizes properly, which is key to remaining warm and comfortable while enjoying time out on the water or taking part in competitions.”