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GearNews – BARE Velocity Ultra Wetsuit

BARE claims that its ‘Celliant Infrared & Progressive Full Stretch Technology' provides an unsurpassed fit and longer, warmer dives for owners of its mid-priced Velocity Ultra wetsuits.

The idea is to recycle infra-red heat that would otherwise be lost from the diver’s body by infusing the neoprene with Celliant, a synthetic polymer fabric. Three grades of neoprene are used in different areas to provide stretch, compression-resistance and robustness where those qualities are most needed. This one-piece, back-entry suit costs £291 (5mm) or £308 (7mm).

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