- 3.5mm Open Cell
- 2 piece
- Built in hood
Cressi Tokugawa Female 3.5mm Wetsuit
Introducing the Cressi Tokugawa Female 3.5mm Wetsuit – an exceptional choice for spearfishing and freediving enthusiasts. Crafted to excel in blue waters, this two-piece 3.5mm wetsuit delivers superior performance for both spearfishing and pool training endeavors. Its meticulously designed pattern provides the ultimate camouflage, ensuring seamless blending in various underwater environments.
The Tokugawa wetsuit embraces a 3.5mm open cell design, comprising high-top pants and a jacket complete with an integrated hood – available exclusively as a set. Engineered using flexible, comfortable, and soft neoprene, this wetsuit guarantees not only a secure fit but also optimum freedom of movement. This specialized material is meticulously chosen for its remarkable flexibility.
Anatomically designed cuts define the Tokugawa, offering a comfortable form-fitted sensation during your aquatic pursuits. The suit's pre-shaped arms and legs enhance flexibility and ease of movement, allowing you to glide effortlessly through the water. Designed with practicality in mind, the extended knee pad provides both coverage and protection for both you and the wetsuit, with an additional shin reinforcement. This enhancement proves invaluable for spearfishers who frequently kneel on the ocean floor. A high-density loading chest pad further underscores the wetsuit's suitability for spearfishing.
At the core of the Tokugawa's construction lies the Dura Stretch Nylon Lining, striking an impeccable balance between stretch, comfort, and durability. This innovative lining ensures the wetsuit can withstand the challenges of underwater exploration while prioritizing your comfort.
Vital care instructions underscore the importance of proper wetsuit maintenance. Adequate lubrication during donning is essential to prevent tearing. Opt for water-based personal lubricants or specialized wetsuit lubricants to ensure longevity. Avoid the use of shampoos and conditioners, as they can compromise the wetsuit's lifespan. Please note that damage caused by inadequate lubrication is not covered under warranty.
To ensure a seamless donning experience, it's advised to remove jewelry, watches, and trim sharp nails before wearing the suit. When it comes to cleaning, abstain from using detergents or soaps, as these substances can degrade the neoprene, leading to stretching and reduced lifespan. Following these care guidelines is paramount to preserving your wetsuit's excellence.
- Rinse in fresh water after every use
- Use wetsuit shampoo to clean
- Hang to dry in shady area
- Do not leave in direct sunlight
- Hang for long term storage