True Wetsuits by Quiksilver

Apr 28, 2015

Category: Gear

Ready to turn a ton of heads at the beach? Slip into Quiksilver Japan’s new True Wetsuit, a wetsuit that, well, looks just like a suit–the kind of suit no one expects you to get wet.

The True Wetsuit ($2,500) is made from jersey neoprene and a stretchy “dryflight” fabric, and with modern day men’s fashion trends being what they are. We’re guessing more than a few passersby will believe you’re coming from a high-level meeting or some formal function, but they’ll totally flip when they see you kick off your shoes, grab your board, and go running into the deep blue. To truly pull off the whole kit and caboodle, you’ll have to emerge from the water and head back to work. [Purchase]

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