CALYPSO Women's Whitewater Dry Suit
- Best on the market
+ The entire suit is made of 4 layer Japanese fabric: breathable / extremely durable
+ Latex neck seal protected by neoprene collar
+ Longer neoprene cuffs protecting latex seals around the wrists...ohh you will love these!
+ Cordura socks
+ Double Pull system in the waist / single motion tightening
+ Cordura reinforced elbows and forearms
+ Pattern construction for maximum mobility
+ TIZIP® back zip entry
Yes - we do make women's dry suits - it is called Calypso and it is in every way as durable, as breathable and technically equipped like the men's version - Odin. And more - there is back relief zipper to it!
Durable and functional full body protection during extended exposure to cold and wet environment. Entry through waterproof TIZIP® on running across the shoulders on the back panel. Back flyer (do we also call it that?) for easy relief is also equipped with durable TIZIP®. Double-Pull adjustment system in the waist allows even distribution of tension in a single motion. Neck and wrist latex seals are protected with neoprene. The entire suit is made of 4 layer fabric from Japan that is built around durability, watertightness yet remains nicely breathable. Exposed areas of elbows, knees, sitting area and the outsoles of the socks are reinforced with abrasion resistant Cordura. The suit provides amazing heat comfort without restricting mobility.
Doesn't fit? Send it back for full refund! Breaks? Unlikely but if it does we will fix it here in the U.S. Our world class repair facility in San Francisco will have the suit back to you within 2 weeks time!
A key to its functionality is the quality of taping. It is a craftsmanship that requires lot of things done correctly - temperature, pressure, and lot of training. It is about selecting the right combination of materials to make the taping durable yet pliable. All dry gear is manufactured in our home factory in the Czech Republic where we carefully monitor the quality of our work so you do not have worry about it.
WARNING: Using a drysuit is a pleasant experience but it can be also very dangerous if all zippers are not closed properly, there is a sudden rip in a suit or a tear on the latex cuffs. In case you notice any of these on your suit, get out of the water immediately. Apply lubricant to the slider of the T-Zips regularly that will allow easier opening and closing and will prolong the longevity of the zipper.