Palm Centre Longjohn

 

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Long John Wetsuit or Kayaking Long John

The Palm Centre Longjohn is great for use in the commercial environment of Outdoor Education Centres, Activity groups and other providers such as Scout Groups. 

Palm has designed the Centre Longjohn to be used for Canoeing and Kayaking. It features a 3.5mm neoprene construction and all of the seams are Mauser stitched for enhanced comfort and performance. The bum of the suit features a heavier duty neoprene while the knees are protected by a PU print.

The Palm centre range also features an easy to use colour coding system. Each long john wetsuit has colored flashes on the shoulders and this visually denotes the size. This really does make life easy when you have 100+ suits in your store room.
 

  • General Features
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  • 3.5mm Construction
  • Mauser Seams
  • Edges of the neoprene are bound for comfort and performance
  • Reinforced Bum
  • Reinforced Knees
  • Colour coded for easy identification of size
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  • XXS - Purple
  • XS - Green
  • S - Red
  • M - Large
  • XL - Orange
  • XXL - Aqua
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