YAZBECK 7.5MM HAMOUR OPEN/SPLIT CELL WETSUIT (TOP & FARMER JOHN BOTTOM)
HAMOUR 7.5mm…YAZBECK's latest addition to the Holoblend family
This new Scorpion Fish pattern Camo wetsuit, HAMOUR, is a universal Camo that will blend in any bottom-hunting environment. "Bad artists copy. Great artists steal!" Yazbeck "stole" the colors and motifs from the lateral fin of the South Pacific Scorpion Fish.
The Scorpion Fish is a master of Camouflage. So is the latest Yazbeck Hamour wetsuit. This 7.5mm will be ideal in each and every body of water, anywhere in the world.
This particular model has been fitted with a special chest-loading pad, which is almost 10mm total thickness and reaching to the bottom of the jacket, for ease of loading of any size spear-gun in any position.
Cool and warmer waters, moss and eel grass covered bottoms, lakes and rivers, brackish river mouths, kelp and algae. Rocky bottoms, boulders, pinnacles and coral patches. No matter where you dive, the Hamour will blend in perfectly well. It offers an excellent "lineless" camouflage. This Holoblend™ Hamour Camouflage design philosophy by Roger Yazbeck will help you "conceal" from the spookiest fish, giving you an opportunity to stalk or ambush the trophy of a lifetime, for that great camera or speargun shot.
Made of 100% CR Yamamoto Japan Neoprene, Grade 39 (ultra-supple, comfortable and warm), laminated with Impermeaflex™.
The Jacket and Trousers neoprene has been sliced at a 7.5mm (0.29") neoprene thickness, all around, for an amazing warmth in cold to even very cold water, and yet, totally unrestrictive, with an unequalled comfort and unparalleled freedom of movement.
Thanks to its unique features, this wetsuit is the warmest, most comfortable and lightest DRY-WETSUIT ever made. It has ZERO water circulation between its gel-like skin and yours!
This 7.5mm HAMOUR is ideal for the cold waters of Central and Northern California coast, where the water rarely warms up to above 55 F and sometimes as cold as 45°F (13°C and 7C ) - So imagine yourself cozy and warm in your 2nd skin 7.5 mm Yazbeck HAMOUR wetsuit, patiently waiting for the prized fish to materialize, as you float motionless on top of a suspicious kelp bed, or gliding underwater, scanning the edge of visibility, in total comfort.
Yazbeck divers the world around are diving in their 7.5 mm Yazbeck HAMOUR wetsuit in waters colder than 55°F (13°C) and swearing they cannot believe how many long hours they are staying toasty warm and comfortable in such cold water with such a relatively thin wetsuit!
The 7.5mm Yazbeck HAMOUR is an awesome wetsuit for Central and Norther California as well as all the way north to Alaska. On the North Atlantic side, Yazbeck 7.5mm wetsuits are the best suited for the water temperatures, surface and thermoclines, of the east coast USA in the last 3 months of the season, when the water temp drop to 60°F and below.
This model is a 2-piece zipless and streamlined wetsuit that can be easily donned in seconds; A Hooded Jacket with Yazbeck's unique, cushioned and re-enforced built-in chest loading pad and beavertail locking system, and Farmer John style Trousers.
This Yazbeck wetsuit was constructed in a pre-shaped pattern for the best comfort and insulation. Thanks to its added waterproof seals on each and every entrance area; ankles, wrist cuffs and hood face seal, HAMOUR becomes your second skin. It will completely inhibit water from seeping in, keeping you totally dry! It is therefore tailored for a perfect anatomical fit.
This Yazbeck HAMOUR Wetsuit is a 100% dry, essential and life-preserving wear, with added protection from the elements, like no other ever made by any other brand or factory, anywhere in the world. Guaranteed!
No other wetsuit designer and builder in the world have ever done that like Yazbeck. Hence our motto:
"We've got you under our Skin"
Please note that Freediving and spearfishing are inherently dangerous sports and should only be undertaken by experienced, well-trained divers. More powerful spearguns must be fired with two hands and a locked elbow to prevent injury from excess recoil. Do not load or unload your speargun out of the water, treat every speargun as if it were loaded. Never point your speargun at anything you do not intend to shoot. Before you begin your dive, be sure to check all your gear. You should never dive alone and your equipment should be serviced regularly. You should always plan your dive and dive your plan. You should discuss safety precautions, your plan, and contingency plans with everyone onboard BEFORE you dive. Communication among divers and operators is imperative. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could potentially result in physical harm or death. Blue Tuna Spearfishing is not responsible for any loss, damage, harm, or death caused by using any of our products.