Fourth Element Proteus II Wetsuit

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Fourth Element Proteus II Wetsuit

The Proteus II comes in both 3 and 5mm thicknesses and features Glideskin wrist-seals and a Hydrolock inner neck-seal.

All seams are watertight blind-stitched, taped and double-glued. The suits have Thermaflex linings throughout with additional Hexcore panels on the body core to provide additional thermal performance. They come in men's and women's styles and size ranges, and you can expect to pay £220 for the 3mm and £260 for the 5mm.

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