AQUA LUNG FUSION FIT WITH AIRCORE WOMEN'S DRY SUIT
- Aqua Lung
Slip into our premier women's Fusion Drysuit model. If you require performance and toughness for the harshest diving conditions, this is the suit for you! The Fusion Fit is enriched with favorite features to enjoy day after day of diving.
Feel & Fit
- Designed for Women
Designed and cut to create a feminine shape.
- Front Entry
This design allows for a true self entry, no need to rely on your dive buddy. A trusted military grade YKK brass dry zipper is used for durability.
- RapidZip System
The RapidZip System makes it easier for quick detachment of the outer layer for rapid drying. It also offers the opportunity to upgrade or change the outer layer with new styles.
- AirMesh Suspenders
Our specialized suspenders feature a compression resistant 3D AirMesh backpad adding insulation and comfort. A zippered pouch in the front offers an ideal solution for where to keep your valuables. Webbing straps are adjustable to achieve a perfect fit and keep your Fusion Drysuit in place.
- Stretch Construction
Super-stretch neoprene outer layer paired with mauser seams provide excellent range of motion and help streamline the suit to minimize drag.
- Silicone Seals
Our hypoallergenic silicone seals provide 40% better stretch than standard latex seals, offering enhanced comfort. Silicone has the added benefit of being more resistant to degradation from UV light and ozone.
- Zippered Ankles
Unzip to make it even easier to get in and out of your drysuit. Zip back up to create that streamlined fit, reducing drag.
Performance & Protection
- Patented Dual Layer System
The Fusion line represents the most innovative advancements in drysuit technology of the last twenty years. All of our Fusion Drysuits comprise of two layers: an internal, loosely cut core that fits a range of body types within each size option, and a durable, stretchy external layer that conforms to the body’s shape for a streamlined profile without restricting movement. The Fusion system distributes air evenly inside the suit, helping maintain correct trim and buoyancy in all conditions.
- AirCore Inner
The drysuit inner layer incorporates our breathable AirCore technology helping to regulate temperature, elevating comfort inside the suit. Constructed of a 3-ply fabric, it lets vapor from sweat and condensation escape while keeping other water out. The innovative pattern uses as few seams as possible to minimize opportunity for leaks.
- Tough Outer
1mm super-stretch neoprene throughout paired with 6-thread mauser seams further extend durability
- Seal Lock Technology
Our modular neck and wrist seal replacement system comes standard with the Fusion Tech. If you throw some extras into your gear bag, you will have everything you need to replace torn silicone seals in a matter of minutes. That means you won’t be up a creek if a seal breaksーyou’ll be diving after a quick and easy change that anyone can do.
- TwinZip Expansion Pockets
Zippered gussets expand the pocket, allowing you to choose between moderate or generous sized storage options. An inner D-ring offers quick attachments. Our Pocket Support System keeps the pockets from sagging, even when you load them up with heavier gear! Built in mesh drain allows water to escape.
- GatorTech ProTM Kneepads
Rugged 1mm GatorTech ProTM kneepads extend down the shin offering padding and protection
- Low Profile Auto Exhaust Valve
This low profile valve design means less hang ups on BC straps and other gear. It offers hands free buoyancy control once set. You can count on having the most technically advanced and reliable valve on the market, Apeks made.
- Carry Bag
- Inflator Hose
- SLT Neck Seal Replacement Tool
- Zipper Lubricant Stick
- Owner’s Manual
How to properly care for your Aqua Lung drysuit:
Care before the Dive:
- Make sure your drysuit fits properly before diving. Seals should be snug but not tight. You may want your dealer to assist you in fitting your seals. Neck seals that are too tight may restrict blood flow to the brain resulting in serious injury.
- Inspect your valves for proper performance. Make sure your exhaust valve faceplate is tightened into the suit to approximately 4 lbs/ft (5.4 Nm) or as tight as possible by hand using the Apeks back nut tool.
- When opening or closing your zipper, avoid catching undergarment material in the dry zipper teeth. If zipper becomes jammed, do not continue pulling. Back zipper up and clear debris or clothing. Do not force your zipper.
- For lubrication of seals, use a food-grade vegetable-based silicone spray in a pump bottle (avoid aerosols). Unscented baby powder, talcum powder or corn starch are other great alternatives.
- If your drysuit comes with latex seals and is exposed to extreme cold, ensure seals are warmed to pliable condition before attempting to stretch them.
- Avoid sharp objects (rings, earrings and fingernails) as they may tear seals.
- Follow donning instructions as provided in your Owner’s Manual.
Care During the Dive:
- The exterior surface of your drysuit is designed to withstand the normal wear and tear you might encounter during a normal dive. Abrasion against sharp rocks or other sharp objects can cut or puncture the exterior surface so reasonable care should be taken to avoid these situations. Boots must be worn over dry socks. Small cuts or tears can be repaired according to instructions based on the type of material your suit is made from. Ask your dive professional for assistance.
Care After the Dive:
- Check all components for signs of damage or excess wear. Have serviced if required.
- Perform preventative maintenance and repairs on your drysuit and valves regularly or have them serviced by a qualified individual. The inflation valve should be stripped down, cleaned and the O-rings changed annually to guarantee trouble free operation.
- Keep your zipper free of sand and debris by spraying with clean fresh water after every use. Stubborn debris lodged in the zipper can be removed with a soft toothbrush and mild soap.
- Inflate and exhaust valves should be rinsed in fresh water after use. The inflation valve should then be connected to the air supply and blown through to clear any residual water. The exhaust valve should have any residual water gently shaken off.
- Rinse the outside of the suit with fresh clean water after each dive. If needed, hand wash the garment using synthetic fabric cleaner such as Nikwax or similar product.
- Place the suit on a thick hanger with all the zippers open to ensure maximum air circulation and complete drying.
Zipper Care and Maintenance:
- Be careful not to fold the zipper back on itself.
- When folding your drysuit start by laying the suit zipper side down with zipper in the open position. Roll the suit starting at the feet working toward the neck seal. Loosely fold the arms together over the body of the suit. If transporting in a bag, do not stuff your suit in a bag that is too small or the zipper may get bent.
- For prolonged storage it is best to hang you suit from the legs with the zipper in the open position. Hang in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight and away from electric motors of fumes (chlorine, diesel or gas). After prolonged storage check the seals for cracking or loss of stretch. Natural rubber components generally have a lifetime of 5 years before needing replacement.
Zipper Care and Maintenance:
- Brass zipper teeth should be lubricated after each dive. PU zippers should have the dock lubricated regularly. Use the lubricant provided with your drysuit.
- Zippers are designed to be pulled closed or open in a straight line. Try to avoid pulling on the zipper pulls at an excessive angle to their intended path of travel. It is best to ask your dive buddy for zipper assistance in either opening or closing a drysuit with a back-zipper.
- Avoid any contact with oil, gasoline, aerosols, or chemical solvents.
- Do not expose any part to aerosol spray, as some aerosol propellants attack or degrade rubber and plastic materials.
- Do not use any type of alcohol, solvent or petroleum-based substances to clean or lubricate any part.
- Do not store your equipment near any oil, gasoline, chemicals, or solvents.