Wetsuits and rashguards

Fourth Element Xenos

7mm neoprene with Thermoflex linings on the torso and Glideskin wrist seals ensure that this suit can take you into a cooler comfort zone. For water temperatures from 12 – 22 C, the suit can be combined with a hood or hooded vest that will protect the body core.

Other features include snag-free hook and loop neck closures with improved sealing surfaces to further reduce water ingress. Hardwearing Supratex lined knee panels provide tough, yet comfortable knee protection.

Fourth Element have extended their wetsuit range with the launch of their latest Thermocline OceanPositive suits

Fourth Element Thermocline

You can wear this next generation Oceanwear as a barrier to reduce contact between your skin and a neoprene suit, or simply replace your 2mm neoprene garment.

You’ll be environmentally responsible too – this neutrally buoyant wetsuit system is manufactured from a unique, machine washable fabric that’s environmentally friendly. The material is primarily ECONYL 100% recycled nylon. It’s sourced from ghost fishing nets and other discarded waste, and then laminated with a waterproof membrane and a thermal fleece.

Waterproof W30 2.5mm Wetsuit

This collection is designed to protect you from scrapes, stings and the sun when you dive tropical waters. The 2.5mm steamer wetsuit - it has no seals on the ankles, wrist or neck, therefore it is not a semi-dry suit - is fastened with a back zip. The ends of the sleeves, ankles and neck are finished with a piping of rolled neoprene. The high neck has been designed to reduce BCD 'rub' and pads have been fitted to the shoulders to help protect against wear and to provide 'anti-slip' properties to help keep the BCD or harness in place.

Wetsuits anno 2010

Today’s modern wetsuit embodies technology that benefits divers with an abundant choice of options to fit most any size and shape of diver, and any style of diving activities from mild tropical to very cold water.