Kiteboarding Specific Drysuit.
This Mystic Vulcanic drysuit is amazing high
end premium Drysuit with ground breaking technology is
snug fit wetsuits and baggy style nylon fabric dry suits.
The Mystic Vulcanic Drysuit comes with
a detachable hood with elastic drawcords on front face
can be removed if necessary.
The use of neoprene means you no longer have
to wear many layers of clothing under your drysuit to stay
warm, the neoprene provides this insulation for you allowing
you much more freedom of movement especially when swimming.
As Neoprene floats on the water it helps you
not to drown in an emergency situation. Even if there is a
water leakage in the suit the Neoprene shell still provides
some thermal insulation to save you.
Designed for everyone, who wants to do watersports
throughout the whole year, even in ice cold conditions.
Best suited for temperatures between -6°C
and 12°C or people who just feel the cold all the time!
The 4.0 thick loose-fit neoprene shell serves for best
heat retention possible in extremely icy conditions. Much
less extra thermal underwear is needed!
Neoprene construction allows awesome wearing comfort and less
bulky fit which prevents restriction of movement especially
for hardcore tricks and swimming.
waterproof due to new premium T-ZIP ® Master Seal dryzipper,
improved highly elastic bottleneck Latex
cuffs and fully glued blind-stitched seams with additional
Safe: As Neoprene
supports floatation on the water, it helps you not to drown
in an emergency situation. Even if there is a small water
leakage in the suit the Neoprene shell still provides some
thermal insulation to save you.
Why is the Vulcanic
made of Neoprene?
First of all because Neoprene has superior heat retention
properties compared to Nylon fabric. Second reason is the
outstanding flexibility of Neoprene! Nylon does not stretch
and therefore restricts the freedom of
The Vulcanic Drysuit fits less bulky than a baggy Nylon suit,
but more loose fit compared to a conventional snug-fit
wetsuit. Therefore you feel completely unrestricted in
way. Dressing up is super convenient and actually it feels
much more like wearing a comfortable overall rather than
Is the Vulcanic really
so much warmer?
In combination with the Mystic Bi Poly quick-drying underwear
the Vulcanic DRYSUIT will probably be the warmest suit you
will ever wear in your life. Mystic have found out that wearing
the Vulcanic Drysuit,
your body saves so much extra heat for the extremities, that
you will feel surprisingly warm in your hands, feet and head.
No more deep-frozen fingers barely able to grab anything
a bar or boom and feeling nothing but pain. Also, compare
the Vulcanic with a Nylon suit when you are actually swimming
in freezing cold water for a while. The thick layer of 4.0mm
Neoprene insulation always keeps the water in a save distance
to your skin to reduce heat loss by convection. Now compare
it to the thin layer of Nylon and you understand why you
feel the cold creeping into your body!
Is it really dry?:
Yes, but you cannot expect the same as from a diving drysuit
for example, even though it is a very similar construction.
Mystic use the same bottleneck
Latex cuffs and all seams are glued blind-stitched and
additional 10 metres seam tape for water sealing. In case
of leakage, Neoprene still provides some thermal insulation
and can be repaired easily. Providing you
and close the zipper properly, the Vulcanic stays dry.
Only when staying in water for a longer time for example
might soak through due to the permanent movement and capillar
action especially on the ankle cuffs. This is nothing
and normally not a real problem on the water. It can be improved
if the latex cuffs really are tight and by applying
or similar onto the skin area of the cuffs.
What do I wear under
Always wear functional first-layer underwear such as the
Mystic Thermo or Bi-Poly tops and shorts or pants made of
quick drying antibacterial double-layer Polyester. Even though
it will keep your skin feel dry and comfortable because the
sweat gets drawn away from the skin surface.
Additional thermal fleece garment provides extra warmth if
needed. Avoid naked skin or cotton underwear, because it
sucks up the sweat and makes your skin freeze.
Why is the Vulcanic
Drysuit a bit heavier than a Nylon drysuits?
Yes, of course theVulcanic is heavier than a Nylon suit –
that’s because it is completely made of highly insulating
Neoprene, so do not compare apples with pears! It also includes
useful pockets and a smart detachable hood. But this new
concept offers so much more warmth in comparison, which
Nylon suit never can achieve. Remember, the thin Nylon shell
basically does not provide any heat retention – you
always have to wear very thick thermo insulation underneath
(plus a hood) to keep you warm at all. Add it all up and
you find out, all the stuff is not much lighter and you
freezing. Also do not judge the weight only by holding it
up with your arm! Before you judge, try it on and you´ll
find out, it does not feel heavy at all once you wear
even on the water when it is wet!
How do I use the hood?:
The body loses quite a bit of heat on your head – that´s
why the Vulcanic Drysuits has a smart hood, which you can
wear on the beach and even while riding on the water! It
in combination with an additional Mystic Neoprene Beanie
or Neo Hood. Simply put it over your head and pull the front
to seal your face. Then pull on the elastic drawcord on the
back of your head to adjust the tension. It will keep the
hood wrapped tightly around your head and keep your eyesight
open while turning your head to left and right! If you don´t
like wearing the hood, you can simply fold the top part
the hood and use it as a large wind shield standup collar
on the back of your neck. There are several drain holes
into the hood for water release after submerging. The Vulcanic
Drysuit has an improved hood which can be detatched by snapbuttons
when not needed.
Mystic Vulcanic Drysuit
New T-Zip master seal dry zipper with improved opening
and closing slider and bottleneck shaped Latex cuffs.
Awesome wearing comfort
due to the flexible neoprene construction.
Neoprene construction keeps
the rider above the water.
Blind-Stitch Water Sealing:
The edges of the neoprene panels are covered
with a highly adhesive, UV resistant contact glue which
needs to dry for a few minutes. Then the glue is applied
a second time to make it more sticky. Once the corresponding
parts of the neoprene edges are put together by hand and
then firmly squeezed with an electric pressing tool cm
by cm to achieve the high tearing strength, the seams
are stitched on the inside with a special blind-stitch
sewing machine. A curved needle pokes through the neoprene
layer and applies an elastic seam on the outside. By using
this technique, the seam is highly tear proof, elastic
and completely watertight and provides insulation and
completely taped inside for 100% water-proofness
Elastic key loop
inside the chest pocket for easy access
Hood with elastic
drawcords on front face and back neck
water release - Water which
enters through the back
zipper can leak out easily and keep the back area dry.
These holes are also in the calves which prevent any water
from getting stuck in the legs like a bubble.
Front Cargo pocket
on the knees:
Protection panels on the
knees with flex zones for bending and highest abrasion
Super flexible Latex Cuffs on neck, ankles and wrists
to prevent water leaking into the dry suit.
How to put on and take off your Vulcanic