Pete, can u say that Subxero=artic+xerotherm, in warmth? or it is more?
If u have artic, how many kilo less u need compared to 200g thinsulates on average?
Hi Milky, this (in my opinion) would be - like - Using a bazooka to kill a fly. Not even in the arctic, under the ice, submerged for hours, circulation of a waif would you need all that. Subzero is for cold water - beautifully made, warm as - BUT does need more lead as is more buoyant. Is BLOODY stylish (as is all FE stuff) The arctic gear is amazing. Some call it fabric witchcraft. Is the lightest of all fabrics and needs the least lead. But is also the warmest. Even when completely flooded.
Now again, dont take my word for it!! ( some people think that all manufacturers and importers think that their products are the best in the world!!! - they probably do) but I have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all fe products because I use the stuff and stand behind it one hundred percent.( this is a personal guarantee not manufacturer driven) Which means if you buy any fourth element gear (from a dive store in NZ) and you dont like it - send it back and you will be fully refunded.