It is ISO 12402-6 certified as a swimsuit, has taped seams, a fold-in hood, reinforced knees, neoprene cuffs, a high collar with fleece and an integrated belt. The suit has several pockets, with the chest pockets being insulated with fleece and the zips being water-repellent. There are more pockets on the upper arm and both trouser legs. There is also an inside zip pocket.
SOLAS reflective foil was used as a reflector. With this suit you get a light but warm and very comfortable swimsuit. NEW The XXLS model is for short, stocky people because a size XXL would be too long on the arms and legs. Material: 100% PU-coated 300D nylon with taped seams. 2 fleece-insulated chest pockets with water-repellent YKK zippers.
Adjustable arm and foot ends. Pocket on the upper arm (not waterproof). Mesh drainage at cuffs and ankles. Very comfortable and good wearing comfort.
Please note that the swimsuit alone does not guarantee rescue. It serves as a swimming aid and protects against hypothermia.Depending on the water temperature, it delays the time to hypothermia, creating a time buffer for the rescue. From a safety point of view, one-piece suits are preferable, as they do not allow the penetrating water to circulate. Thus, this is heated by body heat and thus forms an insulating layer. It is also recommended to wear appropriate underwear.
These suits also protect against the first cold shock when falling in. The suits have a buoyancy of 50N. An average person needs 20-30N to stay afloat. It is therefore more important to have a better seat than to choose the exact weight class.The FLADEN one-piece swimsuit is ISO 15027-1 certified as an immersion suit, which is not possible with two-piece suits. One of the conditions of this certification is that the wearer's body temperature does not drop more than 2°C within one hour in 5°C cold water. The tests with the FLADEN Flotation Suit showed that the body temperature only dropped by 1.2C. Key facts at a glance. The next fishing trip is just around the corner. Every time you ask yourself whether the fishing equipment is still suitable. You hear all the time in forums or from like-minded people how much effort is required to catch that one really big, fat fish. Not to mention fishing for target fish.
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