Oberling wetsuit is always ahead in wetsuits technology, using allways bet quality materials in our wetsuits.
Blind stitch, glued & fully taped. All Oberling wetsuits are made in a similar way. First the neoprene is glued together. Then a curved needle brings the thread through the neoprene in such a way that it exits on the same side that it went in, without punching through. The result is a watertight stitch with no holes that would go all the way through.
All the inner parts of the stitches are completely covered and glued at high temperature and with special tape. That means no opening of the stitches and no water.
Polypropilene Wool: Our Polypropilene Wool contains large amounts of trapped air, which is one of the best
insulation materials. Besides that, our wool is light, it doesn’t suck in water, dries quickly and is pretty stretchy.
Our polypropilene wool is water repellent, allowing for it to be fully dry after 15 minutes out of the water. The neoprene itself is of course still wet, but the part that touches your skin feels dry. Great for putting on a cold wet wetsuit.
Anatomic shape and pre-bent knees
When sewing, the panels are joined in such a way that they mimic the usual posture of your body. This way the natural position of our body is the most comfortable one and it’s less likely that you will get rashes from rubbing into the material.
Chest Zip: Oberling wetsuits chest zip´s gets no flushing through the zipper and allows for a better fit and flexibility. Without the zipper on our back, chest and shoulders flows freely and is more flexible.