Quiksilver Japan jumped head first into the business to active wear segment with the True Wetsuit. There isn’t much worse than cramming behind an ocean front desk counting down the ticks until punch-out. Imagine being able to stride from work to water with zero transition time to change clothes. Quiksilver has done just that; created a business suit designed to give powerpoint presentations that can also snap slashes on tight barrels within the time it takes to get from the office to the beach.
Finding a perfect surfboard can take a tremendous amount of time, as does finding the flawless suit. The Quiksilver True Wetsuit is available in three killer styles. The BLK (black) and NAV (navy) suits are cut for business and surfing whereas the Tux (black) is strictly for partying and surfing.
Cut with a modern slim silhouette the pants and jacket flatter the fit, but with a 2mm thickness anyone can slide into a size range from medium to extra large. GBS (Glued & Blind Stitching) seams assist the regulation of heat while the cuffs freely filers new water throughout the single breasted double button suit.
The DRYFLIGHT 4WAY fabric that was developed in conjunction with Scotchgard and 3M makes up the water repellent and stain/dirt proof Quiksilver True Wetsuit Dress Shirt. The shirt could actually be worn on a day to day basis – it’s soft to the touch and has a firm collar to frame any well tied knot.
Sublimation transfer printing allows for bold colors on the ties. A refined finish starts as a 2mm neoprene ultra stretch jersey fabric and gracefully knots with a center dimple.
Draping over a hanger around $2,500 USD the True Wetsuit is a commodity worth its weight in gold. Whether in a boardroom or on a board the Quiksilver True Wetsuit will be rippling waves for years to come, make sure to get one before the tide dies.
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