Mystic Kiteboarding 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!
- TRI Span - 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.
- Duraflex - A top of the
bill material still rules in our suits. This lightweight
closed cell neoprene has extreme flexible lining.
- Air Span - A
neoprene that combines extra stretch and durability. Base
on a closed cell neoprene AIR Span is warm, flexible and
- Glued and Blind Stitched Technology
- Before the pieces are stitched together, they
are 2 or 3 times glued. To prevent leaking stitches holes,
this stitching method penetrates only half of the neprene
thickness. Ensuring a flat and waterproof seam.
- 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.
- YKK Metal Zipper Puller
- Blind Zip - The
zipper is locked up as much as possible on the inside of
the back panel. This results in less water penetrating the
zipper and less heat loss due to a chilled surface around
- Key Pocket
- Back-Up Shield - An
extra neoprene layer behind the zipper. If water penetrates
the suit, the back-up will guide it out through the water
- Water Outlet - If water
penetrates the zipper, the backup system guides it straight
out of the water relieve hole.
- 3D Composite Kneepads
- A highly durable and flexible thin knee surface.
- Velcro Leg Closure
- Durable Water Repellent Finish
- 5mm - Body / 3mm Arm/Legs
What is a steamer
A 'Steamer' is a wetsuit with sealed seams, usually achieved
by blind stitching. This stops the majority of cold water
from re-entering the suit once your body has initially heated
it up. Winter wetsuits are steamers with a 5mm body and legs
for warmth and 3mm arms for manoeuvrability.
Absolutely superb wetsuit - Jeff Carter!
Absolutely superb wetsuit, I will never go
back to using a 'generic' surfing wetsuit again.
The Venom is at the cheaper end of the Mystic
range, but was easily as warm as my previous suit a 5/3
from a windsurfing manufacturer that cost more than twice
On top of this you have a massive amount
of flex, making the venom as comfortable to wear as a 3/2
spring suit, plus some kitesurf specific features, such
as the velcro ankle closure (no more baggy ankles!).
I have worn my Venom throughout the worst
of this winter, and teamed with a good pair of boots it's
the first season that I have not had to come out of the
water due to the cold, even in February!
It looks a lot cooler than most surf wetsuits
too (goes without saying that it looks cooler than a windsurfer's)
so it's a winning situation all round.
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