Waterproof H30 hood 2mm

41,00

The H30 Hood is inspired by the famous H1 Vented Hood series which made Waterproof a leader in the diving hood market. 100% microcell CR neoprene – More expensive but in fact the only neoprene that really works for diving. Excellent durability and insulation far better than other Neoprene qualities, like SBR, SCR etc. Lees meer...

The H30 Hood is inspired by the famous H1 Vented Hood series which made Waterproof a leader in the diving hood market.

100% microcell CR neoprene – More expensive but in fact the only neoprene that really works for diving. Excellent durability and insulation far better than other Neoprene qualities, like SBR, SCR etc.

Bonded high quality nylon thread.

Rinse after each dive with fresh water. Wash occasionally with a mild soap. Other cleaning products may only be used if authorised by Waterproof.

Dry in the open shade, away from direct sunlight.

Store away from sources of heat and away from sources of UV radiation (mainly sunlight), as both of these may degrade the materials more rapidly.

 

Waterproof H30 hood 2mm

41,00

The H30 Hood is inspired by the famous H1 Vented Hood series which made Waterproof a leader in the diving hood market. 100% microcell CR neoprene – More expensive but in fact the only neoprene that really works for diving. Excellent durability and insulation far better than other Neoprene qualities, like SBR, SCR etc. Lees meer...

The H30 Hood is inspired by the famous H1 Vented Hood series which made Waterproof a leader in the diving hood market.

100% microcell CR neoprene – More expensive but in fact the only neoprene that really works for diving. Excellent durability and insulation far better than other Neoprene qualities, like SBR, SCR etc.

Bonded high quality nylon thread.

Rinse after each dive with fresh water. Wash occasionally with a mild soap. Other cleaning products may only be used if authorised by Waterproof.

Dry in the open shade, away from direct sunlight.

Store away from sources of heat and away from sources of UV radiation (mainly sunlight), as both of these may degrade the materials more rapidly.