75% Limestone Neoprene | 25% Recycled Polyester
The Limestone is chemically transformed to obtain a neoprene foam. We do not use classic neoprene in our wetsuit production. The Limestone Neoprene contains 5% of recycled rubber from old tires. Moreover, we use Aquaglue, a solvent free adhesive.
56 000 km car saved for the whole wetsuits collection
We are able to track our carbon footprint at each processing stage of a product’s lifecycle. From the raw materials to the factory and from transportation to product use and end of life. We can assess and compare our production to a conventional industrial production, then translate our emissions-savings into kilometers travelled by car, for a clear and understandable information.
Additionally, we use Higg Index as a tool to assess the impact of the raw materials on different aspects (carbon emissions, water consumption and water eutrophication) and guide design.
Designed for performance and comfort in cool to cold water temperatures (12-21°C), Oskana 3/2mm is made of Limestone derived from the deterioration of the rock. Not a drop of oil can be found in its components. A GBS construction features 100% waterproof seams and means more warmth. The lining and surface fabric (which is made of 100% recycled polyester from used plastic bottles) are bonded using a solvent free, water-based glue.
The lining is made of a DryNow fiber to make it ultra-wicking and increased insulation properties. Inspired by the triathlon wetsuit, we developed a seamless pattern on articulated body parts allowing complete free mobility of the shoulders. We added knee pads for more comfort during paddling and greater durability. We can say that our wetsuit is certainly one of the most comfortable on the market with an outstanding 3 to 1 stretch ratio.