New camouflage design, a replica of the seabed created from high-resolution photographs selected by the Cressi team among the various options, slightly distorted to combine the ability to camouflage with an elegant aesthetic. A greenish brown tone is very versatile.
100% Ultraspan© lining on the outside. A lining with good resistance to erosion and very elastic in all senses. The neoprene used is of medium density for an excellent ratio of resistance to compression/need for ballasting/variation of buoyancy. The elasticity of the suit is obtained according to the lining used, not reducing the density of the neoprene.
Internal 100% microporous.
New design that facilitates the expansion of the chest and back, as well as the mobility of the arms to have a single neoprene panel without seams on the entire side of the torso, the armpits, and the inside of the arms. The ankle and facial cuffs have also been improved.
New sternal support, oversized double with padding, and anti-slip and tear-resistant fabric.
Padded knee pads in semi-flexible Tatex©, divided into two protective elements.
Smooth neoprene edges on the face, ankles, and wrists: simple, effective, and comfortable.
High-waisted trousers for optimal expansion of the ribcage.
Customized with attractive transfers of details.
High waist jacket and trousers, available separately.
Please note this is the jacket only, but you can buy the Seppia pants to complete the set for your spearfishing wetsuit.
Due to the nature of the open cell interior, it is important to wet the inside of a spearfishing wetsuit with a soapy solution to ensure ease of entry to the spearfishing suit. Trying to get into any open cell spearfishing wetsuit without the use of a soapy solution will likely damage the wetsuit. If you have any questions regarding this, please call us anytime.