New options from Typhoon
Typhoon says it strives to make wet and dry suits that feel increasingly invisible when worn, so both enthusiasts and professionals can wear them for longer and extend their activities.
For 2019 the company has consolidated its product range with the introduction of new colourways into its Kona, Vortex and Storm wetsuit collection while retaining certain designs and technologies.
These include T.K. pad durable knee pads and sealskin composite smooth skin to help reduce abrasion and rub in the neck area.
Colour development is significant – top of the range and thick wetsuits have historically been black but, explains Typhoon International’s product range manager, Irene Duncan, demand is trending towards a greater range of colour options combining black with red, gold, silver, pink and sky blue in both men’s and ladies’ suits.
“For 2019, Typhoon made a conscious decision to minimise change on new stock, instead incorporating these diverse colourways,” she said. “This strategy is also helping retailers to keep their stock consistent, helping them in what can be a challenging market.”
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