Now Beuchat’s New Focea Comfort 6 offers even more improvements in terms of comfort, warmth and resistance !
Maximum comfort thanks to its anatomical cut, high quality pre-forming, ultra-soft Elaskin neoprene, Flex System and Free Flex Zone
Maximum warmth with its Fireskin lining and the Water Dam System (Beuchat patent) to prevent the inflow of water
Maximum resistance with Supratex 2 kneepads plus further reinforcements at the shoulders, legs and seat.
Beuchat, inventor of the isothermal wetsuit
Georges Beuchat creator of the company was an emblematic pioneer of underwater activities. He naturally tried to protect himself from the cold during diving. This is the way that after several experimentations, led in the creeks of Marseille, he invents in 1953 the isothermal wetsuit.
This fundamental invention has played a key role in the development of underwater activities. And more than sixty years later, its bases remain valid although materials and methods evolved.
Mens’ version in black, trimmed with imprints and zips in yellow fluo (lime) plus Black Shield protection for the shoulders, legs and seat.
Exclusive new high quality pre-forming for an anatomical cut ensuring maximum comfort, protection and ease of movement.
One-piece with collar: 44 panels and 20 different neoprene grades
One-piece with hood: 40 panels and 14 different neoprene grades
Flex System 2
Flex System 2: pre-forming, with special wide embossing at articulations for greater freedom of movement (inside the elbows and behind the knees)
Relative to the Focea Comfort 4: the Flex System 2 more than doubles the area covered by the Flex System to provide a comfort at the highest level
Seamless stretch panels at articulations to reduce abrasion (armpits, inside elbows and behind knees)
High quality pre-forming for the curvature of the lower back and crotch to give a snugger-fitting anatomical suit
Lower back stretch panel
Elaskin 8.8 stretch panel in the lumbar region offers improved flexibility around the rear zip fastener for improved comfort especially when bending down to prepare and/or fit equipment, especially out of the water.
Free Flex Zone
The Free Flex Zone located around the shoulders and the back ensures flexibility at the junction of the torso and the arms to offer greater freedom of movement.
Fireskin is a warm, water repellent fabric with a specially structured weave that offers a high degree of thermal protection.
Supratex 2 kneepads (10% more flexible than Supratex but just as resistant) to ensure better durability and flexibility
PU Black Shield protective panels on the shoulders, legs and seat
Thinner seamless face seal (-2 mm) on the one-piece with collar ensuring improved comfort, water tightness and durability
Smooth inside collar giving a better seal with micro-adjustable closure by a non-aggressive elastic Velcro fastener that does not stick to the jersey or stitching
Zippered double wrist and ankle seals incorporating a reversible inner seal with a jersey lining and smooth neoprene exterior
45° notches on the inner seal edge-bonding seam to provide more elasticity and strength during dressing
Large zipped neck opening fitted with an Elaskin gusset incorporating an anatomical cut on the hoodless one-piece for better comfort
Large G-Lock plus back zip (one-piece with collar) with metal slider and embossed Water Dam System cover for a better seal (Beuchat patent)
Zipped wrists and ankles
Neoprene reinforcements at the ends of all the zips to avoid any risk of tearing should the sliders be subject to undue force
Finishing at extremities of zips
Neoprene panels bonded edge-to-edge with outer and inner overlock
Outer seal edges bordered for greater strength
Inner seal edges notched for improved flexibility
Universal computer holder
Original Beuchat system designed to hold the dive computer in place on the suit, particularly during deep dives (system compatible with all dive computer models)
Original Focea Comfort hologram
Positioned on the right forearm
Air Escape System
Hood with printed photoluminescent trim for increased safety in low visibility conditions