Iconic Aussie surf brand Quiksilver has taken it upon itself to solve the age-old problem, with the introduction of their stylin’ True Wetsuit, a suit in wetsuit material that can be worn while surfing or drinking martinis. To be this sexy in the water, it will cost you 300,000 Yen (A$3239). Despite seeming like a pipe dream, Quiksilver confirmed to Mashable Australia the suits are indeed real, but there are no plans to make them available in Australia.
Moving further into the weird and wacky, is the new invention out of the intriguing nation — True Wetsuits. But these aren’t any old wetsuits, these are actual suits. Because being literal has never been so cool.
Most surfers would agree there would be nothing better than getting to the ocean after a hard day’s work, grabbing the surfboard and running straight in. The five minutes it takes to change are perhaps the most wasted in a young surfer’s life.
“It is possible to traverse the office and beaches without changing clothes, in this high-performance waterproof wetsuit,” Quiksilver’s translated press release said about the extraordinary event. It comes in three styles: office smart, casual Friday and party tuxedo, “corresponding to every scene of the businessman surfer.”
The suit, made of 2mm thick neoprene, comes with a tie and shirt, made of quick-dry material. To be this sexy in the water, it will cost you 300,000 Yen (A$3239). A foolproof investment. Read more…