“The Adrenalin was pretty flexible and generally comfortable all around” Monty. Presenting a well cut fit with a lightweight feel, one design feature in particular caught the attention of the testers. “The back seam did pull in around the shoulders though, making that area of the suit quite tight” Monty. “Bit of rigidity in that one spot but reasonably flexible and comfortable in all other areas” Nick.
Ease of entry and exit
The Adrenalin offered a functional and effortless entry. “Really easy to enter and exit, the easiest of the suits I tried”
Nick. “Really easy in both aspects. I’m not accustomed to zipperless wetsuits but it worked really well. The tie down they have incorporated to tighten around the chest is a great idea, locks it in really well” Monty.
In the warmth department, the Adrenalin performs the way it feels. It’s a lightweight suit that offers protection from the wind and sun, but cold water may become an issue as time goes by. “It heats the water that it lets in, but water flush may take away from the suit’s warmth” Nick.
Constructed with light materials, the Adrenalin became susceptible to water entry during long sessions. “I didn’t get cold in it, but every time I duck dived I would get a flush down my back. If it was a warm day, it would work as a nice flush, but on a cold winters day you would feel it” Nick.