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Front-run­ners in in­no­va­tive wetsuit tech­nol­ogy, the Xcel Drylock has been con­structed to bal­ance su­pe­rior warmth with flex­i­bil­ity and per­for­mance. In­tro­duc­ing their warm­est wetsuit lin­ing to date, the thermo dry cel­liant is an ex­clu­sive lin­ing that re­cy­cles body heat into infa red en­ergy for max­i­mum warmth and en­hanced per­for­mance. “It had a com­bi­na­tion of warmth and flex­i­bil­ity and both sup­ported each other well” Monty. La­belled un­fault­able in the warmth and wa­ter en­try cat­e­gories by the testers, the Xcel com­bines leak-proof stitch free seams with a wa­ter proof drylock zip en­try to en­sure a se­cure seal and max­i­mum over­all warmth. “Even though it had a sim­i­lar feel to that of a 4/3, it felt re­lax­ing on my body”

Nick. Cov­er­ing all the in­gre­di­ents for a pre­mium win­ter wetsuit, the Xcel of­fers the ver­sa­til­ity to carry you through the re­ally cold days, with­out com­pro­mis­ing per­for­mance and range of move­ment. “Great all round suit that is ca­pa­ble of get­ting you through the depths of win­ter” Monty

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