Mystic Kiteboarding design wetsuits specifically
for kitesurfers. Compromise and multi-use constraints are
not an issue, their wetsuits are designed for kitesurfers
by kitesurfers that incorporate features other wetsuit designers
wouldn't think of.
What we're looking for is a wetsuit that is designed to withstand
the toughest of conditions that our sport can throw at us,
yet have that in-built flexibility which allows us as a rider
to perform the way we want to play! They even look good too!
Neoprene Foam - A developed neoprene with
all the characteristics you need to battle your local elements.
It’s a closed cell neoprene, flexible like seaweed,
strong as a great white, smooth as a fin cutting through
the water and above that lightweight as spray mingled with
air (that means
Skin - This material is based on a closed
cell neoprene with heat reflective titanium between the
cells and the lining. The lining itself is hydrophobic and
is able to stretch in all directions. This leads to a technical
packed full topped neoprene sandwich.
- This lining has multiple advantages. Most noticeable is
the stretch capability. For example a 3mm TRI Span arm panel
can easily stretch up to twice its original length. Furthermore
the lining is made more durable by cross weaving, is therefore
able to stretch evenly in all directions and feels soft
on the skin.
- A top of the bill material still rules in our suits. This
lightweight closed cell neoprene has extreme flexible lining.
Durable water repellent finish
- A neoprene that combines
extra stretch and durability. Base on a closed cell neoprene
AIR Span is warm, flexible and it lasts.
is perforated neoprene with Flexible lining on both sides.
Small perforations in the neoprene make it possible to drain
picked up water.
Glued and Blind
Stitched - Before the pieces
are stitched together, they are 2 or 3 times glued. To prevent
leaking stitching holes, this stitching method penetrates
only half of the neoprene thickness. This ensures a flat
and waterproof seam.
Kinetic seam positioning
- Essential seams are positioned sideways of joints such
as the knees and elbows. Therefore there is less tension
on the seams when flexing or extending the extremities.
Positioned seams make the suit more
flexible and adds comfort and durability.
Less seam connections
Taped seam connections
- An extra neoprene patch on top of inside seam connections.
It reinforces the connection, improves durability and makes
the suit more waterproof. All inside seam connections we
put a piece of tape in order to reinforce the strength of
Curved seam ends
Glued stitching ends
Seamless knee construction
Sandwich neck closure
- The construction of this collar covers all velcro completely
with neoprene. However you twist or bend over your head
it will always feel soft and comfortable. This neck closure
will always feel soft and comfortable.
Back-Up - This is
an extra neoprene layer behind the zipper with collar. If
water penetrates the suit the back up will guide it out
through the water
The 2mm. parabolic shaped wrist cuffs prevent water entry.
- If water penetrates the zipper -
the backup system guides it straight out of the suit through
the water relieve hole.
Kneepads - A highly
durable and flexible thin knee surface.
- To let out picket up water,
we’ve added a water permeable Airprene legpanel on
the inside of the lower leg.