Waterproof

D9X Womens

The ultimate lightweight travel drysuit.

Waterproof bring you a more durable version of their D9 wetsuit without compromising on the ultralight feature of the suit. Perfect for cold water trips abroad (Dive Otago's 2019 Galapagos trip is coming up!) or for the local drysuit diver. The D9X's great value and function make it perfect for recreational divers who don't want to lug around a heavy tech suit. Using the same newly developed high strength laminated material as the military suits the D9X is sure to keep you warm and dry in virtually any conditions.

PLEASE NOTE
This is a special order product and may take two weeks to be shipped


    • Designed for divers by divers over years of continuous testing in harsh conditions.
    • Men's and Women's sizes available.

    DESIGNED FOR ARCTIC CONDITIONS

    • Tested in the Arctic means that no matter how cold the water, Waterproof drysuits will keep you warm and dry.
    • Seam-free crotch to ensure a more durable and comfortable suit.
    • Swiveling inlet valve and an adjustable automatic outlet valve provided by SI TECH.
    • Dry zipper - Light and flexible TIZIP MasterSeal 10.

    BUILT IN RESISTANCE FOR TOUGH CONDITIONS

    • ARM REINFORCEMENT - Double layers of abrasion resistant Cordura fabric.
    • SEAT REINFORCEMENT - Double layers of abrasion resistant Cordura fabric.
    • KNEE REINFORCEMENT - Double layers of abrasion resistant fabric.
    • ZIPPER COVER - Provides protection of your dry zipper.

    LIGHTWEIGHT AND COMFORTABLE

    • AquaMax 330 denier Cordura Nylon. Breathable.
    • XLite Flexiboot–An extra light and flexible boot with fin strap ridge and a narrow fit.
    • Double Leg Pockets with double cord loops, easy grip and drainage mesh.
    • Adjustable telescope torso system and adjustable, integrated suspenders enable the diver to fit the suit to their liking.
    • Arms are equipped with warm cuffs that minimise heat loss at the wrists.

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