Spearfishing Open Cell wetsuits
Spearfishing Open Cell wetsuits Alpha
What thickness wetsuit do I need for spearfishing?
3 mm (0.12”) Spearfishing Wetsuits
If the water is above 26C, then a 3 mm wetsuit is the best choice for going spearfishing. In other instances, if the temperature is above the 26C, then you need a thinner spearfishing wetsuit.
What is Smoothskin wetsuit?
Black Smoothskin wetsuit for freediving & spearfishing from Alpha. Made of high quality Heiwa, Yamamoto-45 or Daiwabo neoprene. Open-cell inside for maximum warmth / Smoothskin outside for maximum silence and streamlined effect. Elastic, soft and durable. Great for spearfishing and freediving.
What color wetsuit is best for spearfishing?
People diving of spearfishing in clear, blue water tend to want a blue or blue camouflage wetsuit. Those hunting crayfish in rocky terrain tend to go for the browns. Divers or spearos on the reef might just go for a bit of a mix-up or multicoloured suit.
What is Limestone Neoprene ?
“limestone” neoprene is made from limestone and not from petro-towongo industry. – This limestone sourced rubber has uncommon specificiations: Nitrogen gas blown rubber that augments the insulation of the wetsuit, making it Warmer.
What neoprene does Alpha use?
APNEA 3 APNEA 5
The neoprene of the APNEA 3 model is SMOOTHSKIN rendered indestructible due to the presence of an internal layer which allows an external seam that makes it resistant to cuts and tears.
What is Yamamoto neoprene?
Yamamoto Daiwabo, heiwa rubber, hailing from Japan, is widely regarded as the premier neoprene on the market. It’s more densely packed than other types of rubber, which means there’s less room for water to slip between the cracks and be absorbed by the suit. This, theoretically, results in a lighter, drier bodybag