The Xero Furnace - Wetsuit of the Week
As we work our way into October we will stop every Wednesday to pick out the Billabong Wetsuit of the Week. This Wednesday we take a look at the Xero Furnace wetsuit, the wetty that keeps you in the waters for hours on end, year after year.
We don't want to get too intense talking about the "nitty-gritty" just explain some of the key features that make these wetsuits the best on the market...and share some surf photos while we do so.
Take a look at some of the cool features, then buy a suit here.
What's on the inside is almost as important on what is on the outside. Follow the tour, beginning with our AX1 Airlite Superflex, the premium light weight and super soft foam core that looks o=so comfortable even from afar.
The Xero Dry Entry System, is a improvement from the 2012 innternal membrane that creates a water tight barrier without making the suit harder to get into.
Part of the secret here is the Xero Stitchless Seam providing watertight and durable panels, while remaining super flexible.
Our liquid dipped wrist seals keep the arms watertight. No one wants water in their sleeves, doesn't help when you are stalling for another barrel.
The DryMax Furnace Lining keeps you warmer and drier than anything else before it. Not to mention the chest zip that keeps water out.