Neil Pryde Nexus 4/3 Semi-Dry Full Suit

Start a fire in the water with The Nexus Semi-Dry 4/3 Full Suit from Neil Pryde.

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What we think: This is one of the warmest suits out there. The full mesh (smooth skin) material is amazing for cutting the wind down. I do not think any other brands make one any more. The only downside is, the material can be fragile to slices or cuts. Use ease when putting it on or off. Things such as fingernails, watches and other sharp objects can start small cuts on the exterior if not careful. But trust us...the additional warm is totally worth it!

The last thing you want while you're riding is to be uncomfortable because of the cold. Do you want the warmth of a drysuit mixed with the mobility of a wetsuit? The Nexus might be the suit for you!

The Nexus is the perfect combination of highly flexible, mesh neoprenes ideal for windsport. An inner layering of Hotcell insulation fabric effectively traps a layer of warm water next to the skin, keeping the core temperature up. The sleek outer shell of the Nexus supresses wind and wicks away water, allowing you to stay extremely comfortable while riding.

The Nexus has reinforced knee pads and cuffs, making it a durable semi-drysuit. The glued seams from head to toe make the suit comfortable without compromising it's durability. You will not have to worry about this suit falling apart at the seams like some other suits.

 

Thickness: 4/3 mm
Temperature: 12 - 15 °C  54 - 59 F
Hotcell
Lightweight, quick drying polypropylene insulation. The cellular structure traps an insulating layer of warm water next to the skin, keeping the core temperature up.
Apex-Mesh
Apex-Mesh neoprene is a sheet of neoprene that is heat sealed on one side only. The neoprene on the sealed side is called ‘closed cell’ neoprene and has a waterproof, rubbery texture that cuts down wind chill, making it perfect for wind sports.
Bamboo Charcoal
Bamboo Charcoal is best known for its inherent antimicrobial and anti-odor properties, but few are aware of the Far Infrared Ray (FIR) reflecting ability of this unique material. The fabric reflects the body’s FIRs back to the wearer, resulting in reduced fatigue, quicker warm-up time and improved regeneration.
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