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Published on November 20th, 2007 | by K

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Gul Vortex Wetsuit


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Vortex Wetsuit By Gul

gul_wetsuits.gifGul Wetsuits is mostly known in the UK, but when you think about it, wetsuits that are used in the cold Atlantic that sourounds UK must be woth something. Gul Wetsuits was founded back in the sixties by a local surfer Dennis Cross. In the back of his camper at Fistral beach, Dennis made his first custom built two piece wetsuit. His first suits were made from heavy unflexible industrial rubber.

Today Gul wetsuits is one of those less known but still great wetsuit manufacturers we wrote about in our piece on how to get a cheap wetsuit.

So if you want to get ready for really cold waters and get a wetsuit that is constantly tested in cold waters then check out the newest Gul Wetsuits model – the Gul Vortex Wetsuit that comes in comfy 6/5/4 thickness.

Gul Vortex WetsuitVortex Wetsuit

Vortex is a 6/5/4mm hooded wetsuit and the first one from a new range of high performance surf suits by Gul International. It’s designed to take on the coldest of winter oceans.

 

Technical stuff:

  • External liquid seams for 100% water seal, flexibility and warmth
  • X-Flex super stretch main body panels for freedom of movement
  • Syncro convertible neck/hood system
  • Thermospan insulating core body panels and hood for ultimate warmth
  • Dura-Skin chest and back prints to eliminate wind chill
  • Glued and Blindstitched seams
  • Tough YKK zip with metal pull tag
  • DFK hard wearing, flexible knee protection
  • Gasket wrist seals reduce water flush

Vortex Wetsuit and other Gul Wetsuits can be found on their website.

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2 Responses to Gul Vortex Wetsuit

  1. grlz says:

    6/5/3 :o I only surf when it’s summer, sunny, offshore and 3ft ;)

  2. daisy says:

    Great, more kooks in the water >:(

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