Jack Freestone Found The Key To Cold Water Surfing Enlightenment

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SURFING WORLD MAGAZINE | HOT LIPS WETSUIT GUIDE 2017 | EPISODE #2 

Billabong FURNACE CARBON X

The key to surfing longer is surfing warmer. The Billabong Furnace Carbon X allows you to do just that! #Surfallday

CARBON FIBRE THERMAL LINING: The internal Furnace Carbon Lining has a carbon yarn knitted into the base layer that traps and retains body heat efficiently, meaning you warm up quicker and stay warm longer. The carbon yarns have an incredible strength to weight ratio meaning it is not only durable but super light and flexible.

DRY STRETCH MATERIAL: The Furnace Carbon X features an external Dry Stretch Material, allowing the wetsuit to absorb 60% less water than traditional wetsuits. Reducing water absorption both internally and externally reduces the weight of the wetsuit when wet and allows the suit to dry faster than any other wetsuit on the market.

DRYMAX WATERTIGHT ENTRY SYSTEM: The Drymax Entry System features a new dry zip with an internal membrane. This system stops water from flushing the suit, allowing the Furnace Carbon Lining to stay drier.

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