Dedicated to make the most performing wetsuit, Soöruz has developped technologies and add finishes to our products with the following objectives: Comfort, performance, durability & sustainability.
First high performing neoprene made from oyster powder. Soöruz know-ledge improves neoprene recipe with renewable material.
Most performing bio-sourced neoprene, made from Oyster powder, natural rubber, Sugar cane & None food seeds.
Best Limestone Soöruz neoprene wich used less oil reimplaced by limestone . Exist less flexible (G5,G4,…)
Soöruz outside lamination : Best windstopper + water repellant + solar attract + light and robust.
Soöruz inside linning : Warmth, quick drying & made with recycled polyester.
Our Thermo-Loop lining, made with 50% recycled polyester brings comfort, stretch and heat.
Duraflex knees reinforcements for more durability.
Integration of color in the yarn manufacturing process: reduces water use, pollution and energy consumption.
Waterbased glue and prints
Waterbased glue and prints, more eco-friendly and without solvants.
Thanks to their crossed teeth, PK zip is waterproofingness than others.
YKK zip is the most durable zip is the market, used in all our wetsuits wich don’t have PK zip .
Back-zip linning wich insure no water-entry from the back-zip & keep you warm.
High quality glue on the outside of the seams wich improve durability & waterproofing.
Soöruz inside tape : made of ultraflex neoprene, it improves durability & waterproofing
Glued inside for waterpoofing & stiched outside for durability. Reinforcement at each seams jonctions.
Thermofusion to reinforce our lamination & improve our durability product
DEBOSSED BACK KNEE
To improve your comfort & flexibility
We have applied water exit holes at strategics points
to the wetsuit of the future :
We’re dedicated to performance and sustainability – two things that have taken us here. We pride ourselves on our work, but we are still at listenning of our riders, customers & fans. We invite to share your feed back to improve always more our products. Thanks !
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