Ride Engine Sensor 2mm Long Sleeve Shorty – Front Zip
The perfect warm-weather spring suits for when your home spot finally warms up, or you travel to tropical destinations.
The Sensor 2/1 Front Zip Long Sleeve Springsuit suits bring uncompromising durability with top-of-the-line construction for the best in premium warm weather wetsuits. The ultra-comfortable stretchy high memory sustainable limestone neoprene will keep you cozy without overheating all while keeping the harsh sun off your skin. Outstanding rigorously tested fit that meets a high standard for both form and function. Be the envy of your mates at your spot with the highest performing spring suit we have made yet.
- Made from sustainable limestone neoprene that is PFC and PTFE free
- Flat Lock Stitching and smart panel construction provide the ultimate stretch for less fatigue, meaning you get longer sessions
- Asymmetrical front zip means easy entry and reduced flushing
- Glide skin offers ultimate comfort and reduce chafing
- Solvent and hydrophobic coating free to keep harsh chemicals out of the water
- Superior sun protection
Water Temp: 64°F to 72°F | 18°C to 22°C
Ride Engine wetsuit care
1. Rinse your suit properly: This means washing it thoroughly with cold water after every use- best done by repeatedly dunking your suit in a bucket or tub of cold water. Sticking a hose in the neck hole and letting water run out the legs just won’t suffice. Getting all of the saltwater, dirt and grime off after every use is the easiest way to increase the life of y our suit. Rinsing with cool or cold water is important; hot water can degrade neoprene over time. For an occasional, more thorough cleaning, use a wetsuit-specific cleaning product or a mild soap, such as baby shampoo. Do not use detergent, laundry soap, bleach or other chemical cleaners, and for heaven’s sake do not put your suit in a washer or dryer.
2. Hang your suit properly: Hang your suit inside-out first. Once it’s dry, reverse and hang it right side in. This is a key detail in making sure both surfaces of your suit dry properly. Do not hang your suit in direct sunlight; this degrades the neoprene and will reduce its life. Do not hang your suit by the neck or shoulders like you would a button-up shirt; this can stretch the opening and reduce its effectiveness. Drape your suit over a chord or through a coat hanger and hang somewhere out of the sun.
3. Store your suit properly: You paid good money for your wetsuit, so don’t treat it like a beach towel. Stuffing it into a bag or leaving it in the trunk of your car just won’t due. Once dry, your suit should be stored unfolded in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
4. Enter/exit your suit properly: Wear and tear is inevitable, but you can dramatically increase the life of your wetsuit by simply taking your time putting it on and taking it off. A little extra attention here will go a long way in avoiding stretching or tearing seams, zippers and openings. Since you should dry your suit inside-out first, remove it accordingly by carefully peeling it off of your appendages like peeling a banana.