Scubapro Everflex White
The new Everflex 3/2mm wetsuit was turning head at DEMA 2016. The bright white wetsuit is designed especially for women divers and is truly something special. Although we’re not convinced this would be a good everyday diving suit, that wouldn’t stop us from adding it to our collection.
We will confess to being a wetsuit junkie. As strange as it may sound, slipping into a nice new comfortable wetsuit is part of our diving ritual – and we know we’re not alone. A wetsuit protects us from the marine environment, keeping us warm and covered to avoid any stings or scratches.
And therein lies the problem with the Everflex white. Sure we love the idea of having an all white suit to match our all white fins, but the moment we hit the water paranoia would set in, “do not touch anything.”
The Everflex white is not yet available to the public, so we don’t know how prone the white will be to discoloration, or if brushing up against a rock underwater will leave an unsightly streak. Scubapro does offer wetsuits with white accents which from experience stay white for a long time, so we have no reason to think otherwise.
The Everflex wetsuit is built to last with reinforced knees, shoulders and durable fabric on the back for sitting on the boat. And the Everflex wetsuit is assembled using an innovative solvent-free water-based glue, making it a 100% green process.
At DEMA opinions were spilt, some love it while others, not so much. Would you wear the Everflex white? Tell us in the comments below what you think about the new design. [Scubapro]