Cressi Tecnica 5.0mm (LongJohns Only)

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Cressi's top of the range spearfishing wetsuit model: the Tenica

. Long John (Pants going over the shoulders)
. Premium grade neoprene 
. 5.0mm opencell with "metal-light" coating (lube recommended though not required for donning)
. Reef camo outter lining with durable padding at chest and elbows

The 5mm Open-Cell, metal-light coated, Tecnica Spearo jacket is ideal for water temps ranging between 15 - 18 degrees celcius for typical Aussie spearos.  For those more accustomed to tropical temperatures (25+), you might need a 5mm jacket for water temps around 17 - 20 degrees celcius 

Cressi HQ Info:
This new version of Technica is made using special computer printing technology for mimetic colouring that maintains a very high degree of softness in the material.

Mimetic zones in nylon at the upper part of the jacket, hood, and calves.

The rest of the overalls is made of Ultraspan neoprene.

Available in 3,5 mm, 5 mm, and 7 mm versions it makes exceptional use of the elasticity of Ultraspan neoprene to provide maximum comfort, freedom of movement, and ventilation. Arms and legs pre-formed, interior coated with black-metallite.

Jacket with built-in hood, reinforced at the elbows, with extensive back support for load imposed by the rifle.

Interlocking frog fly closing.

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