Blaze Expedition Holdall - 60L
Holdall style bag with rucksack shoulder straps.
5mm Neoprene Wellington Boots
Warm, comfortable and durable!
Carbon Fibre SUP Paddle
Kevlar reinforced 3K Carbon fibre shaft
Dry Box Survival Kit
Includes survival / bushcraft contents
Lomo Waterproof Jacket CX
New range of adults & kids waterproof jackets and trousers.
Lomo 1L Personal Dry Bag First Aid Kit - With Contents
Compact personal first aid kit and dry bag.
Ultra Light Weight Dry Bag 1L - First Aid
Keep your plasters dry!
Bike Saddle Bag - Small
Low profile storage!
DL4 Watersports Torch
Great value diving or kayaking torch.
Lomo Swimming Changing Robe
Windproof, showerproof outer. Towel material inside.
Wetsuit Construction and material types
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|To help you understand all the technical ins and outs of wet suits we've put together some explanations of the different materials used in wetsuit construction and the various ways of making the different types of wetsuits that you may come across.|
Overlock stitching is the LEAST EXPENSIVE and least effective form of wetsuit stitching. The Two edges of neoprene are rolled together with stitching lightly around them. This forms a ridge inside the wet suit that is both uncomfortable and it also allows water to penetrate the seam.
This type of stitch can generally only be used on neoprene up to 3mm thick and is therefore only really suitable for summer conditions.
Lomo Watersport do not use overlock stitching on any of our wet suits.
Achieved by lapping the neoprene together, this creates a FLAT, COMFORTABLE SEAM but it also allows water to penetrate slightly.
Only suitable for Wetsuits up to 3mm thick and summer conditions.
Flatlock is identified by a band of interlocked thread on both sides of the suit, sometimes in contrasting thread colour for visual effect.
Flatlock stitching is used on our Summer range of wetsuits.
Produced by gluing and then butting together the two adjoining pieces of neoprene, followed by stitching that does not penetrate through to the other side of the neoprene. This is a watertight method of construction and is also the most comfortable option, most winter Wetsuits should be made this way.
Lomo Watersport use blind stitching on our winter wetsuits and often used double blind stitching and gluing of seams to further strengthen and seal our wetsuit seams.
Nylon 2 Neoprene
This is neoprene rubber with Nylon bonded to both the inside and outside of the material. This increases the durability of the Neoprene.
This has no coating on it and is used for internal ankle and cuff seals.
This is used on the chest and back panels of our winter wet suits to reduce the effects of wind-chill. Wind-chill is normally caused by the evaporation of the small layer of water held on the outer skin of Nylon covered Neoprene.
This thickness is suitable for Summer wet suits.
This thickness is suitable for Winter wetsuits
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