Isurus wetsuits are designed to fit snug, without being restrictive in any way. The ultra-premium limestone based Yamamoto neoprene and compression technology will result in the suit moulding to your body after a few sessions.
Body mass distribution varies significantly between individuals, as does torso length. If you have a shorter than average torso it may be worth considering a 'shorter' size (MS instead of M), while if you have a longer than average torso it may be worth considering a 'taller' size (MT instead of M).
For the thinner suits it is preferable to be at the top end (or even over) the weight range, while it is best to be at the mid to low end of the range for the thicker suits.
Model pictured wears a size M: Height 5’10.25” (178.4 cm), Weight 165 lbs (74.8 kg), Chest 40” (101.5 cm), Waist 33" (84 cm), Inseam 32" (81 cm)
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*Size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms/legs where an MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too large.
The Evade series is where it all started for Isurus, when hardcore NorCal early adopters started to spread the word. Our test pilots found the long paddles and harsh conditions of Mavericks and other lesser known breaks to be the perfect proving grounds.
The Ti Evade 4.3 hooded is the latest addition to the range and ideal for long sessions in the sub 15 degree water often encountered in VIC, TAS and the south island of NZ.
Made from the ideal combination of Yamamoto’s new eco-friendly limestone based, ultra premium #39 & #40 neoprenes, which are significantly stretchier and more durable than standard petroleum neoprene.
Plus it’s hydrophobic, only absorbing 2% water!
The Titanium Z Fleece lining covers 70% of the suit, including the hood and neck, in addition to the KoreRegulator lower back panel, for the ultimate in warmth and comfort.
You’ll never be warmer and enjoy surfing in cold water as much as you will in the Isurus Ti Evade 4.3 full suit!
At Isurus, our passion is to build world-class wetsuits that stand up to the harshest conditions the ocean might offer.
Living and surfing in and along the California coast a frequent topic of conversation was just how much wetsuit innovation had stagnated and quality had deteriorated. It is about designing a wetsuit that improves surfer performance.Click for more about Isurus.