Voltt - Hooded / front-zip
What about it
Riding in the Voltt is like cranking up the heat in your car after a long fulfilling session. Hell, the Voltt is so warm it's almost like eating a pizza straight out of the oven! Our goal was to create a suit that looks great, but feels even better. That's why we upgraded the Voltt using 3 different thicknesses instead of 2; a warmer suit with a lot more stretch. The days of using the cold as an excuse are over. You'll never freeze your balls off with the Voltt.
- Waterproof stretch taping (100%): all seams
- GBS (Glued Blind Stitch)
- Wind Mesh back panel
- YKK Front-zip
- Hex-tech kneepads
- Velcro ankle closure straps (included)
- Non slip cuffs
- Key pocket 2.0: keyloop with mini buckle
- Fixed hood (Hooded)
- Yamamoto 39
- Flaremesh+ in chest, back, lower body & hood
- Fox Fleece in all other panels
Yamamoto is an eco-friendly limestone neoprene that is considered one of the best neoprenes in the market. The high stretch ratio and top-notch insulation will let you perform better and more comfortable than ever before.
In case you like good looks plus a lot of flexibility, Knitflex+ lining is definitely your thing. This outer lining offers the highest all-directional stretch ratio combined with a luxury look and soft touch feeling.
Closed cell neoprene with one side of fabric lamination. The outside of the mesh neoprene offers a better protection against wind chill.
Flaremesh lining has a carbon backing and is topped with big terry loops. This creates a high pile for a soft touch, extra insulation and quick-dry capabilities. Flaremesh is our warmest inner lining yet.
Big loops in the fabric create a high pile lining that holds air for extra insulation. It holds less water enhancing the fast-drying abilities of the fabric. With its superior stretch performance in all directions it’s super suitable for every panel in all of our suit.
Taping & Stitching
Waterproof stretch Flaremesh taping 100%
Flaremesh lining has a carbon backing and is topped with big terry loops creating a high pile for extra insulation and a soft touch. This high durable taping is used inside the suit to avoid leaking and to keep it flexible and warm.
Glued blind stitched
Stitching method whereby the panels are first glued together and then only stitched halfway through the fabric instead of fully perforating it, which makes the seams waterproof.
Fixed hood (Hooded)
Never forget your hood again. It keeps your head warm during those cold winter sessions.
With a horizontal zipper on the chest, wetsuits with a Double Front-zip open from the top. This construction allows for an easier entry. Front-zip suits have more stretch in the back panel which gives you a lot more freedom of movement.
Aquabarrier is a silicone printing on the collarbone region of your wetsuit. This forms a barrier between the overlapping front-zip panels preventing water from entering.
Wipe out or simply needed to take a leak? The perforated neoprene patches on the lower leg, that we like to call Aquaflush, will ensure that all liquids exit the suit easily.
Key pocket 2.0: keyloop with mini-buckle
An external neoprene key pocket conveniently positioned on the lower leg of the suit. The standard key loop is now equipped with a mini-buckle to release your key with ease while making sure your key is safe inside.