WIN A TYPHOON WETSUIT
Typhoon is celebrating an unprecedented 70 years in business this year. The company, based in north east England, was set up after Oscar Gugen came to the UK after the Second World War and started up the British Sub Aqua Club, now the largest diving club in the world.
The company began making surfing wetsuits around 1979 and pioneered lightweight neoprenes and anatomically correct designs to create a more supple fit for increased movement, comfort and performance. Glide skins were introduced to replace hard-to-pullon rubber seals, as well as stretch tape for seam flexibility.
The company also tests its products in extremely demanding environments developing suits for the military market place: Search and Rescue organisations, emergency services, the Antarctic Survey Team, the SAS and thousands of individual customers, even James Bond!
To celebrate 70 years in the biz Typhoon have given us a top end winter suit as used by team rider Luke Dillon.
The Kona 6/5/4 is the wetsuit of choice amongst our pro surfers, including surfing champion Luke Dillon. Using 6/5/4 Flextreme Neoprene, a Thermadome chest and body panel, backed with Max Dry lining throughout, the Kona is one of the warmest suits in its class. Contour control Liquid Seal seams and the Max Dry chest zip system prevents water penetration giving maximum comfort and performance. It retails for £229.
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What ocean do Typhoons occur in?
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