08-24-2011, 10:58 PM #1
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Jettribe RS-15 Classic Wetsuit: Perfect for Any Weather Conditions
The Jettribe RS-15 Race Suit is built, designed, and engineered for the riders’ maximum comfort, flexibility, warmth and mobility. Our Jettribe RS-15 Ride Suits are built with strategic placement of 2/3 mm Neoprene panels. The 3 mm are for the warmth and 2 mm are built in the panels with high movement: inner arms and legs.
We spent a year of field testing with our Jettribe Race Team under racing conditions. The results are features like the “Jet Grip” texture print placed on the inner thigh panels and legs to provide the rider with additional traction while riding. Plus, the “injected” PVC rubber knee pads offer grip and protection. All seems have our inter-locking flat stitches to provide a watertight seal and maximum thicknesses of Neoprene to retain a rider’s body heat while riding in various conditions. The RS-15 Neoprene’s property is a close, high density foam made up of thousands of tiny air bubbles known as “cells.” These cells provide an insulation barrier which slows down the conduction of heat, allowing the body’s heat to be retained.
Jettribe’s RS-15 Race Suits are engineered with the understanding of the PWC rider’s constant movement which often over-generates body heat. For example, surf wetsuits are designed for a body constantly being in the water. While our Jettribe RS-15 Race Suits are designed for the true PWC rider who is both in the water and in the cold air!
We at Jettribe are proud to present the RS-15 Race Suit! Enjoy every ride!
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