Meeting market requirements for drysuits tailored to suit the individual needs of a younger watersports enthusiast, Crewsaver has added a drysuit specifically designed for juniors to its 2020 range.
The Atacama drysuit range rivals their namesake desert as the driest place on Earth. Packed full of nifty features inspired from Crewsaver’s popular Atacama Pro and Atacama Sport adult drysuits, the Atacama Junior drysuit provides both stylish and comfortable solutions for children looking to spend more time on the water in the colder months.
Speaking at the show, Crewsaver’s Commercial Director, Matt Bridge said: “It’s important that we inspire our younger watersport enthusiasts to get out on the water as much as possible. It’s extremely rewarding to be able to provide the equipment that allows them to do this in a comfortable and safe way.”
Continuing to lead innovation, Crewsaver’s Atacama Junior drysuit is constructed from a three-layered breathable fabric and includes a lower back stretch mesh panel for longer wear and ultimate flexibility. Articulated arms and legs allow the user to remain comfortable, focusing their attention to the sport. The Atacama Junior is available in three sizes and includes adjustable braces to help accommodate those unavoidable growth spurts.
Visitors to the Metstrade show are the first to get a pre-market introduction of the new drysuit.
Crewsaver will be showcasing the new Atacama drysuit range at booth 03.128 during Metstade, which takes place between the 19th and 21st November, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Crewsaver is a world-leading manufacturer of marine safety equipment and clothing for the commercial and leisure marine industries. Based in Gosport, Hampshire, the company designs and manufactures bespoke safety equipment for several countries’ Special Forces, and the aviation and oil industries. Crewsaver is the only company to hold an exclusive contract to supply lifejackets to the UK government’s Environment Agency and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). They are part of the Survitec Group. www.crewsaver.com
Survitec is a global leader in survival and safety solutions to the marine, defence, aviation and offshore markets. Survitec has over 3,000 employees worldwide covering eight manufacturing facilities, 15 offshore support centres and over 70 owned service stations. It is further supported by a network of over 500 3rd party service stations and distributors. Throughout its 160-year history, Survitec has remained at the forefront of innovation, design and application engineering and is the trusted name when it comes to critical safety and survival solutions. www.survitec.com