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Unisex Canyoning Wetsuit Trousers 5 mm - MK 300

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Our neoprene engineers have designed these long johns for regular canyoning. It will accompany you on all your canyon descents.

Flexible 4 mm neoprene Long Johns (5 mm on the chest). Highly wear-resistant trousers, ideal for regular use. Thermal comfort, flexibility and modularity.

Foam: 100.0% Rubber; Lining: 100.0% Polyamide


Anatomic design

Legs and sides made of 4 mm neoprene and 3 mm Supratex.

Easy dressing

Trousers with braces.

Freedom of movement

Unisex fitted style for ideal freedom of movement. S to XL.

Abrasion resistance

Knee and seat reinforcements for superior Robustness.


You can mix and match sizes for the long johns and jacket.


With 5 mm neoprene on the chest, these trousers provide thermal comfort



Knee reinforcements for superior Robustness.

Outer reinforcement patches positioned over sensitive areas. To reinforce the joints, they are braided at sensitive points.

Melcro-taped: inner reinforcement of seams in delicate areas

Taped seams with a GBS glued and blind-stitched assembly.

The seams of the suit and hood are waterproof, with a glued and blind-stitched (GBS) assembly: the neoprene is glued first, then stitched for maximum strength (the needle does not completely pass through the neoprene to prevent water infiltration).

Thermal insulation details.

LongJohn-style wetsuit with 5 mm neoprene on the chest.

4 mm on the upper part of the legs.

Once the film of water is trapped between your body and the jacket, no more water is able to circulate and so the water is not replenished.

The interior of each leg features a skirt (inner stop water) to prevent water being exchanged and warm water being transferred away from the body.


The wetsuit features 5 mm neoprene on the chest.

4 mm on the upper leg, with 3 mm and 2.5 mm Supratex through the rest of the leg.

This multi-thickness construction provides the necessary comfort and ergonomics for canyoning

Tips for looking after your canyoning suit?

1/ After each session, soak the wetsuit in clean water, on the outside and the inside

2/ Use a bactericide solution to sanitise

3/ Rinse thoroughly in clean water

4/ Dry on a wide hanger in a well-ventilated place away from direct light. Keep away from direct sunlight as it can fade the fabric parts of the suit.

What is a wetsuit?

This is the most common type of wetsuit on the market. It is not designed to keep the water out but to trap it, so that your body then warms it up, creating a thermal buffer between you and the outside.

Made of neoprene - a rubber polymer filled with air bubbles - these wetsuits are available in thicknesses of 0.5 mm to 7 mm.

Thanks to their flexibility and modularity, they constitute excellent wetsuits.

Choose your size carefully

To make the most of the features of your wetsuit, it is necessary to choose the correct size. A canyoning wetsuit should be a very tight fit and there should be no visible folds. When dry, it is perfectly normal to feel like it is too tight, this discomfort disappears as soon as the wetsuit gets wet. If you choose a wetsuit that is too big, folds will appear, you will experience irritation and thermal insulation will be reduced (letting in water).

Keep warm

When we are in the water, we lose more than half of our body heat through our extremities (feet, hands, head).

In view of this, here are the recommended accessories:

- in warm water and temperate water (>17°C) => 3 mm neoprene low booties.

- in cold water (12°C - 17°C): 3 mm Gloves

- in very cold water (7°C - 12°C): Neoprene jacket, gloves and hood.

Check out our range of accessories on our website

Limitation of water ingress

The ends of the ankles have silicone stoppers that limit water ingress.

They also provide better support when using socks



Foam: 100.0% Rubber; Lining: 100.0% Polyamide

Tips for storage and maintenance

Hand wash Hand wash
Do not bleach Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry Do not tumble dry
Do not iron Do not iron
Do not dry-clean Do not dry-clean

Storage tips

Dry your wetsuit out of the sun and away from any heat sources. Store your wetsuit on a hanger to keep its shape and conserve the neoprene.

Restrictions on use

Must be worn with a neoprene jacket. Water < 12°C.



2 Years