Santi 360 Undersuit

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Santi 360 Undersuit

This two-piece, consisting of a sleeveless body overall and a zipped jacket, is designed for diving in water below 7C and is said to be ideal for long, deep deco-dives.

The name of the Flex 360 insulation fabric used reflects a doubling from 180 to 360g/sq m without sacrificing stretch and flexibility, says Santi. The jacket can be used alone, includes Flex 360, 180 and PrimaLoft Gold insulation and is said to be wind-resistant, breathable, fast-drying and water-repellant. It has two side and two inner pockets, zipped double chest pocket and front zipper. The overall uses both Flex thicknesses, embossed 300g/sq m Polar fleece and removable 3D mesh spacers – it has two side- and two back-pockets and a two-way front zipper. There are 16 standard sizes for men and 12 for women. The two-piece (male) costs £418, the jacket alone £199 and the overall £219.

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