Founded in the 1960's, Henderson Aquatics got their start selling "do-it-yourself" kits containing a roll of neoprene, a pattern, and a bottle of neoprene cement. In the late 70's, they patented the original zip-on wetsuit, which became standard issue by the US Navy and Coast Guard. Henderson was the first wetsuit company to recognize women in diving and create an entire line just for women. They continued to expand and innovate through the 80's and 90's, introducing Trilaminate neutral buoyancy material and the Neo Sport value line of products. Henderson Titanium Hyperstretch wetsuits have been the #1 selling brand of dive wear in the US for the past five years.
The H2 suits incorporate the latest in neoprene, fabrics, and technology. With the same 250% stretch as the original Hyperstretch, the H2 features ultra-soft, extended memory foam rubber with Titanium lining. They are laminated both inside and out with Aquasilk, which provides the pill-resistant, rugged durability needed while remaining soft and supple.
The Aqua Lock wetsuit system is the first of its kind to offer interlocking wetsuit wrist, ankles and neck openings. They are designed specifically to mate with interlocking Aqua Lock hoods, boots and gloves to form a nearly impenetrable seal, which minimizes cold water entry into the Aqua Lock ensemble. The interior of the suit is lined with a micro fleece lining which dries quickly and feels great against the skin. The Aqua Lock suit exterior features Henderson's renowned Aquasilk laminate (same as used in the H2 line).
Thermoprene is ideal for budget-minded divers who want the best in materials, design and construction. Thermoprene is crafted from a high quality neoprene that has 75% more stretch than standard wetsuit material. The fabric's exterior stands up extremely...