Typhoon International’s Storm3 wetsuit for sea and beach

Typhoon Storm3 wetsuit collage.

Storm from Typhoon is a name you will be hearing a lot of in 2021. The Storm3 wetsuit heralds the beginning of a new product roll-out from leading watersports apparel and  accessory manufacturer Typhoon International.
 
Storm3 has a back-zip entry system and is available in both long and shorty styles for women, men and youngsters.  It’s not just its ergonomic design that makes the Storm3 so easy to move around in – the fabric used in this collection has an incredibly comfortable four-way stretch too. Storm3 is ideal for every windsurfer, kitesurfer, dinghy sailor and just about every watersports  and beach enthusiast who likes to get active, whilst also staying  warm and protected.
 
The Storm3 offers a 3/2mm neoprene construction –  the 3mm neoprene is in the wetsuit core with the 2mm thickness placed in the extremities.  The chest and back panels are made of a smooth skin mesh to reduce wind chill, while the flat lock seam construction takes the ‘second skin’ feeling to even greater extremes.  Knees get extra protection with reinforced Powertex. 
 
The Storm3 is a perfect entry level wetsuit for both boat and beach and is available in a range of four different colourways. Visit Typhoon International’s website to find your nearest stockist.

Prices inc VAT:                                                                     Sizes
Storm3 back entry wetsuit long mens            £74.95             S,SM,M,LM,L,XL,XXL
Storm3 back entry wetsuit long womens        £74.95             8,10,12,14,16
Storm3 back entry wetsuit long youth            £46.95             Y-S,Y-M,Y-L,Y-XL, Y-XXL
 
Storm3 back entry wetsuit shorty mens         £62.95             S,M,L,XL,XXL
Storm3 back entry wetsuit shorty womens     £62.95             8,10,12,14,16
Storm3 back entry wetsuit shorty youth         £41.95             Y-S,Y-M,Y-L,Y-XL, Y-XXL

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