Introducing the Exclusive "Huntress" Women's Only Diving Wetsuit
Not all divers are men and that is why we have developed a wetsuit especially for female divers. The Huntress offers a more generous cut around the chest and hips, with a tighter waist and adjusted groin.
Huntress 1.5mm Wetsuit:
Do you dive in the tropics? Planning to chase XL reefies or pelagic species? We understand that the warmth a 3.5mm suit offers is just too much for long days in the sun. So we’ve designed a 1.5mm diving suit to cater to warmer climates.
1.5mm - Flatlock outer stitching and fabric jersey inner lining
Super stretch material made using a Spandex blend that results in class leading durability, comfort and performance!
1.5mm: Fabric Jersey Stretch lining, which is a mixture of Nylon and Spandex
Torch pouch (Right Inner Sleeve):
A truly innovative design for the Halo diving torches to be held in the handy torch pouch positioned on the right sleeve. This allows you to hold your gun while easily accessing your torch.
Our Unique Camo Design (Harbinger)
“Be seen when you want, disappear when it counts”!
Stand out from the crowd on land yet disappear underwater with the 'Huntress' multi-layered and multi coloured camo design. Just like the red suits, our pink Huntress suits are bright and easy to see on the surface and slowly morph into subtle shades of grey and granite at depth.
Rest easy knowing that this eco-friendly material helps to save the oceans we love and live for. Made using limestone and not petroleum, the rubber chips are melted, aerated and then baked. These environmentally friendly materials have the lowest carbon footprint of any form of wetsuit on the planet.
Key Product Features:
Top grade limestone neoprene, high performance with a low carbon footprint
Unique multi-layered camo pattern printed on super stretchy spandex blend
Stretchy Fabric Jersey inner material making it easy to slip on and off
Handy Torch pouch on the right inner sleeve, to fit the Halo diving torches
Handy travel mesh bag to store your suit, gloves and socks
Wetsuit Maintenance Tips:
Be sure to use wetsuit lubricant if needed before putting on your suit and mixing it with water. This will increase the life span of the suit and reduce chances of tearing
After a dive, ensure you clean your suit with wetsuit shampoo that has low irritants and harmful chemicals that may destroy the neoprene. Avoid using normal shampoos and conditioners as they tend to eat away at the neoprene
After cleaning and hosing down the suit, make sure you store it in a dry and cool place away from any sunlight and hang it. Avoid storing it in a garage or shed where excessive temperatures and car smoke fumes can cause serious damage. (Do Not Fold your suit in storage as it may cause permanent creases)