The RS line is a line of trilayer drysuits conceived with the first RS 450. During these past years, thanks to direct experience and invaluable advice of technician friends, these dry suits have become one of the highest quality products on the market nowadays.
The main feature that differentiates all RS drysuits is the material.
You can find the Ferguson trilaminate with polyester lining in the RS450 K and RS450 CAVE, a lightweight and a breathable trilaminate in RS350 HD.
For reinforcements we chose the Cordura® 1000 which goes to cover the shoulders, elbows, forearms, sitting, knees, shins, crotch and chest in the RS450 K and RS350 HD. In the RS450 CAVE the Cordura® 1000 reinforcement is symmetrical and covers the entire chest, while the sturdy Kevlar protects forearms, elbows and the front of the leg.
One feature that all of our trilayer dry suits share, is the internal thermotaping.
To make these suits watertight we opted for a solution that ensures a good seal and at the same time is soft and flexible. Moreover the heat welding, unlike other methods, allows to remove the old tape to replace it with a new one. We also preferred this method over others because it is not detrimental to the health of those who must apply it.
Made in Italy
All trilayer drysuits are entirely made in Italy, more precisely in Sori, Liguria.
Models, made by Roberto Scerbo and now improved thanks to a huge experience and all the invaluable advice of technician friends, have created a series of dry suits in trilaminate with unique design proudly worthy of the highest Italian design.
Quality and attention to detail
Finally the most important feature of all our suits: the attention to detail.
During every phase of the production of the suit we pay the closest attention, this is why the quality of the finished product is so high. Examples of this are our models for women that fit so well. Examples of this are the ever-excellent comfort and freedom of movement, on suits with such rigid materials too, thanks to the carefully studied cut, with special regard to the most critical points, such as armpits and crotch. The choice of material, from trilaminate to the thread to the metal parts, involved hours and hours and hours of research and tests. The last in chronological order, but perhaps the most important, are the tests on each suit to check its dryness before each shipment.
The diver can customize trilaminate drysuits as he likes, upon request and payment.
Neck: standard neck is latex, but you can choose the neoprene neck seal and even choose the interchangeable neck (silicone or latex).
Wrists: standard cuff is latex, but you may prefer the interchangeable cuff, and mount the dry gloves later on.
Dry gloves: you can have the suit already with rings for dry gloves.
Boots: standard boots are neoprene, but you can choose the neoprene sock to be worn under a lace-up boot with a rigid technical lug sole (Rock Boot).
P-valve: The standard suits only have reinforcements for the p-valve, but you can choose to have the suit with a Light Monkey p-valve already fitted.
Standard the suit is a "all-black" look, but you can request some color changes for overlay and seams for RS450 K and RS350 HD.
The availability of colored Cordura ranges from blue to green, to red, to gray. This year you can also choose between two different "combinations": one classic and one with wrist with Cordura gray, gray seams and colored shoulders.