Making wetsuits is a combination of many factors but ultimately we work to achieve warmth, comfort and performance in the water without any trade off on durability or value for money.
When Radiator released the world’s original 0.5mm thermal vest back in 2000, it was hailed as ‘the biggest thing in surfing since the legrope’ and was quickly adopted by surfers and divers across the globe.
Wetsuits have evolved over the years and we spend a lot of time designing and testing new styles and features. We are blessed with some of the best testing grounds you could get in the clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
Most importantly, you can’t make a good wetsuit from inferior materials, so sourcing the latest in materials and neoprene technology is paramount. Sometimes it's more expensive, sometimes it’s harder to get, but we won’t compromise on quality.
It’s also important to us that our manufacturing make as little impact on the environment as possible. So we use limestone based neoprene rather than the conventional petro chemicals, along with other environmentally friendly materials.
We also feel it’s imperative that businesses contribute to our global society and we are very pleased to be part of the B1G1 network. We have selected providing fresh water to African villages as part of our giving process. Find out more about B1G1 here
The advent of our new range of shark deterrent suits is an extremely exciting development and we are very pleased to be able to release our surf and dive range to the market. The testing process is ongoing and it will probably never end but we are confident that we are going some way to providing part of the solution for regular ocean users. Find out more about the shark deterrent range here.
We put our heart and soul into our products and know they will give you hours of comfort, enjoyment and top performance in the water.