Isurus wetsuits are compression fitted. They are designed to fit snug. The wetsuit will mold to your body after a few sessions.
All full-on features of the Ti Alpha 5.4 but with the wetsuit panels designed for a women’s body. Tested in the cold-waters from San Francisco and north to Tofino, British Columbia. You won’t find a warmer, better performing cold-water wetsuit than the Ti Ember 5.4
The Ti Ember 5.4 wetsuit is designed for the performance oriented women surfer who likes to charge in all conditions. But still be super warm and comfy. The wetsuit is made from 100% Japanese Yamamoto #40 neoprene which has 25% more stretch and durability than the industry leading Yamamoto #39. It is 80% lined with Titanium Z-Fleece for superior warmth.
The Ti Ember wetsuit only absorbs 2% of its weight in water compared to 40-60% with conventional neoprene. So you don’t waste precious body heat warming a cold-water logged wetsuit. Less weight means you don’t tire out as fast compared to paddling a heavy, restrictive wetsuit.
The wetsuits features body-mapped panels that move in unison with a women’s anatomical structure for maximum unrestricted movement. The anatomical panels combined with the less weight means no more coming home with sore aching shoulders.
No short cuts were taken with the design of the Ti Ember 5.4 wetsuit. It is every bit as good as the men’s Ti Alpha 5.4.
At Isurus, our passion is to build world-class wetsuits that stand up to the harshest conditions the ocean might offer.
Living and surfing in and along the California coast, a frequent topic of conversation was just how much wetsuit innovation had stagnated and quality had deteriorated. It is about designing a wetsuit that improves surfer performance. Click for more about Isurus.