Mullion Aquafloat Superior - 1-piece swimsuit. The suit is completely wind and waterproof.It is reinforced on the knees and in the buttocks area. It has a high collar with an extra protective chin strap with Velcro. The clearly visible, yellow, adjustable, insulated hood with integrated chin and face protection is stowed in the collar. Fully waterproof outer material + tight seams. SOLAS reflective stripes on hood, shoulders and chest. Highly visible (neon yellow), adjustable, insulated hood with integrated chin and face protection stowed in the collar. Front zip under double storm flap with Velcro. 2 patch breast pockets with water-repellent flaps + signal whistle. 2 fleece-lined side pockets for hand warmers. 1 Napoleon pocket under the stocking flap. Reinforced at the knees and bottoms. Drainage devices on wrists and ankles.
Elastic band in the back at waist height. Mica ID card pocket at chest height. Leg zippers for easy putting on over boots.
EN ISO 15027-1: 2012 class D. EN ISO 12402-5 / 6: 2006 + A1: 2010. EN 343: 2003 + A1: 2007 / class 3-1. Available sizes: S 0 = 46-48 - XXXL V = 66-68. Nonwoven: 15% polyamide 85% viscose.
Swimming suits are usually not faint-proof, ie if you fall unconscious into the water, the suit will not automatically turn you onto your back so that your head is kept above the water. For your safety, also use a life jacket with 275N buoyancy.EN 393 / EN ISO 12402-5: 50N buoyancy aid. Have a buoyancy of no less than 50 newtons for the average adult.
This level is intended for swimmers who are near the shore or who have help and rescue equipment on hand. These garments have a minimal volume, but can only be used to a limited extent in "Disturbed Water" and cannot keep the user safe for a long period of time.
You don't have enough buoyancy to protect people who are unable to help themselves. They require the active participation of the user.
ISO 15027-1: 2012 Class D : Cold protection suits. This standard specifies the performance and safety requirements for cold protection suits in the field of work and leisure activities in order to protect the wearer's body against the effects of cold water immersion, such as cold shock and hypothermia.One of the requirements of certification according to the ISO 15027-1 standard is that the body temperature in 5 ° C cold water must not drop more than 2 ° C after one hour. In terms of maintaining body temperature, one-piece swimsuits are an advantage, as the slowly penetrating water cannot circulate well and is warmed up by the body heat, it acts like an insulating layer. The Mullion North Sea I provides two hours of protection against hypothermia. 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 about the effort you have to make to catch that one really big, fatty fish. Not to mention fishing for target fish.
Opinions are divided, especially when it comes to the question of the right bait. More and more Norway anglers report that the thickest chunks were caught, especially with artificial bait such as rubber fish and twisters. Nonetheless, most fish are still caught with perks of various shapes and sizes. After almost 20 years of fishing experience in Norway, we have put together our range for you.This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Fishing\Clothes, Shoes & Accessories\Floatation Suits & Life Vests". The seller is "pilker_discount" and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped worldwide.