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The 3.2mm X10D feels like a second skin, it’s like wearing no wetsuit with the extra warmth you need for cool days.
The Meteor X10D is made for the pure performance. The inside X10D makes you feel stretch and light, with an extra good feeling on the skin. It is a suit very adapted to waveriding, freestyle or SUP because of its ability to follow the rider’s movements without any restriction. If you’re looking for lightness and flexibility, this is the wetsuit you need.
Bring an end to frozen and frustrated sessions.
Our SD² TAPE becomes SD² TAPE 2.0. The neoprene panels are still sealed together and then sewed with «blind-stitches». Then the SD² tape is now welded to the seam by an air heater machine, unlike past years when the tape was hand glued. This new process brings more durability, waterproofness and flexibility to our wetsuits.
A Wetsuit leg filled up with water is a very uncomfortable issue: The MANERA water strainer panel is here to prevent it. The leaky + perforated neoprene drains the water out of your leg instantly to let you continue the session in the best possible conditions.
Some areas are very sensitive to friction, tensions and tearing. All MANERA wetsuits have been designed with a demanding brief including:
Sealing prints make the ankles and wrists stiffer. It has a joint role that keeps the water away, and maintains the arms and legs panels in place. It is made to be just stretch enough to put-on and remove the wetsuit easily.
MANERA wetsuits are directly designed on a model in this specific position, for a much more natural feeling while riding.
The shape of the wetsuit has been developed to naturally fit the human body, so the neoprene flexibility is used only when you move.
We design wetsuits for Kitesurfers, MANERA wetsuits are directly designed on a model in a Kitesurf-specific position, for a much more natural feeling while riding.
Freedom of movement and comfort are significantly increased compared to classic wetsuits.
The TRIPLEX X10D offers unparalleled freedom of movement.
The X10D has a light weight and extremely flexible jersey interior. Less warm than the MAGMA, it is perfect for riders who need a lot of freedom of movement.
The X10D inside layer is the most flexible material you can find on a suit, it makes you feel stretch and light, with a good feeling on the skin.
We upgraded our neoprene foam with the Air foam, which is a lighter version of our former N foam. Having less weight means improved comfort & endurance. It also features the best flex & insulation of the market, with the quilted touch you love in a Manera suit.
Better than your own skin. The RE-FLEX outside skin is extremely stretch, smooth, durable, UV-resistant, it enhances your movements and makes them more explosive.
The different neoprene layers are fused on the tips of arms and legs to make it thinner and more aesthetic. It prevents water from coming in and also protects the inside neoprene foam (N FOAM) by covering it.
If the Water strainer panel is still not enough for you: The MANERA ankle straps are designed to be very thin so water sprays can’t take them off. They are also stiff enough to block the water from coming in, and light for a better comfort.
MANERA uses the ZATFITS technology to save your measurements and calculates your best fit for each product of our range.
To take accurate measurements, you will need a proper measuring tape. You should always stand straight, without moving your waist/chest. Each circumference measurement must be taken horizontally, and the tape should be stretched but not tighten.
Height is measured from the top of your head to your soles.
Neck measurement is taken horizontally and under Adam’s apple. Keep your head straight and look in front of you.
Chest measurement is taken at the widest point of your chest, under your armpits at the same level as the shoulder blades.
The torso measurement is taken with the measuring tape placed around your bust, just under the pectorals.
Waist measurement is taken around your belly, by passing the measuring tape at the level of the navel.
Hip measurement is taken around the bottom on the widest point of your hips.