This bio-mapped ceramic printed garment comes in two choices; a one piece (similar in style to the HALO 3D) or the traditional two piece option. Fourth Element has advised that the Arctic Expedition should be a relatively low bulk garment.
The fabric has been resin impregnated for wear resistance, with key panels in the upper body augmented to make them wind and waterproof. Other features include warm hand pockets and a new thumb loop design.
The one piece Arctic Expedition features zipped handwarmer pockets and an elasticated waist portion to ensure a snug, comfortable fit. The suit is pre-drilled for using p-valves.
Fourth Element brought the two piece undersuit concept to diving in 2002 and it has been adopted by almost all other manufacturers since. The two piece Arctic Expedition allows optimum fit to be achieved by mixing and matching top and leggings to get the correct size combinations. Ease and speed of donning is also maximised by the two piece design.
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