ROHO Thermocline 2 Piece Undersuit

SKU
ROT2P
From £275.00

               

ROHO Thermocline 2 Piece Undersuit

The Thermocline undersuit is made from Outlast a material originally developed for NASA and the US Airforce - a revolutionary technology that regulates body temperature.
It has a unique micro-thermal process of absorbing, storing and releasing body heat, and feels like fleece against the skin. Thermocline does not work by trapping air for insulation, this means that whatever the depth, the suit warmth will not vary.
It has a showerproof, breathable exterior. The suit is not only used by divers, but by the emergency services across the world. 

Material

Outlast - a material originally developed for NASA and the US Airforce. A revolutionary new technology that regulates body temperature.

Wrists

Wrap over cuffs

Zipper

Knee length zips to enable you to don the suit without taking your shoes off
Storm flap zip cover, to increase warmth
2 way convenience zip (good for the guys)

Pockets

Double chest pockets
Thigh side zip pockets

Fitting

Stirrup Straps

Colour

Red, Blue, Pink or Reflective Piping

Sizes

Off-the-peg Ladies and Gents sizes 

 

Tested in Space, and Right Here on Earth
Outlast® technology is the only phase change material that carries the Certified Space Technology™ seal of approval. The technology was first developed for use by NASA, and continues to be developed and tested for efficacy and safety, across multiple applications, for major brands around the world. Outlast currently holds over 96patents related to thermally adaptive materials.
Outlast® technology is not wicking technology, which manages moisture by reacting to your sweat and pulling it away from the skin. Outlast® technology will proactively manage heat while controlling the production of moisture before it begins. That’s the Outlast® difference. The benefits of Outlast® products at a glance:
Absorbs excess body heat
Manages moisture
Reduces overheating
Reduces chilling
Reduces perspiration
Continuously adapts to thermal changes