Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip
Fourth Element

Fourth Element - NEW Women’s Thermocline Long Sleeve Swimsuit - Front Zip

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Sizing advice - due to the nature of the material we would advise to go up a size as it can feel tight. 

This is the new version of the popular thermocline long sleeve swimsuit, featuring a front zip for easier entry.

When you are looking for a swimsuit with a little more warmth or something to wear under a wetsuit for extra protection, this is the perfect solution.

These swimsuits bridge the gap between traditional swimwear and wetsuits, perfect for cold water swimming. 

Thermocline provides a solution for many people who suffer from neoprene allergies either by replacing the traditional wetsuit entirely or acting as a barrier when worn under a wetsuit, reducing contact between the skin and the wetsuit itself.*

Perfect for all surface water sports as well as warm water scuba, this revolutionary suit gives thermal protection. 

Lightweight, neutrally buoyant, machine washable, breathable and hypo-allergenic, the Thermocline full suit combines Fourth Element's experience with high technology fabrics with our passion for life in, on and under the water, to produce a truly versatile lightweight wetsuit system.

The fabric ensures that the wearer is more comfortable when out of the water, relaxing on the beach or reclining on a river bank . The inner fleece layer draws moisture away from the skin and wicks through the breathable membrane where it evaporates off the nylon surface. In the water, the membrane traps a thin layer next to the body and prevents colder water flowing over the body, perfect for wild swimmers. 

Thermocline dries rapidly, often within an hour between swims – a quick rinse and a squeeze to get rid of excess water before hanging it up inside out should ensure it is ready for your next adventure. No more smelly neoprene suits – this wetsuit can be machine washed. Store it safely with other garments and when packing for vacation there’s no need to worry about potentially damaging the fabric – it can be squeezed into that last remaining space in your luggage without any worries.

They sit perfectly between the warmth of a wetsuit and take the chill off of going wild swimming skins.  

*It is Fourth Element's experience that skin allergies to neoprene, whilst rare, are also not caused by a single compound and therefore it is difficult to be certain of preventing a problem. Thermocline has been used with a great deal of success by neoprene allergy sufferers, but it is important to consult with a doctor about any symptoms and possible alternatives.  


Features:
  • Front zip entry
  • Neoprene free
  • Outer contains 78% recycled Nylon
  • Lightweight
  • Wind and waterproof fabric
  • Breathable
  • Neutrally buoyant
  • Machine washable
  • Equivalent of 2mm neoprene

Fabric & Care:

  • Face: 78% Econyl® Regenerated Nylon / 22% Elastane
  • Back: 94% Polyester / 6% Elastane
  • Machine Wash at 30°C

Fit: 

  • Due to the nature of the material we would advise to go up a size as it can feel tight. 

These Fourth Element Swimsuits are part of their Ocean Positive range made using recycled nylon from ghost fishing nets and other discarded waste.  ‘Ghost nets’ amount to over 600,000 tonnes of lost gear every year. The main hazard is to marine life – from invertebrates to large marine mammals. They continue to fish, long after they have been abandoned, and account for countless lives. The netting, very slow to degrade, scrubs coral, creating a desolate seascape where they are dragged over the reef by shifting currents.

Now, all over the world, dive teams are removing these ghost nets from the wrecks and reefs, often at great depths, and bringing them up to the surface where they can be recycled and spun into nylon yarn.


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