The infiniti Comp range from Xcel use the most flexible, lightweight and softest neoprene in their range. The use of one large comp panel on the front and back of the wetsuit has zero seams from the upper chest to the knees optimising maximum flex in motion! The Infiniti comp features the V foam and quick dry lining making the suit one of the lightest in the range, enhancing your surfing performance by not carrying any unnecessary weight. This suit combines the famous Infiniti characteristics like their glued and blindstitched technology which gives you added flex in the arms when you need that extra power in your paddling and their stretchy fusion welded tape in the lower body to reduced water penetration keeping you warm and comfortable.
Offaxis recommend the Infiniti comp range is ideal for the surfers who desire more performance in the slightly milder climate. A fantastic wetsuit Ideal for the UK summers. Here in Wales we like to use the Infiniti comp suit (4/3mm from spring onwards 3/2mm in the summer) if we know we can only have a quick hour or 2 of surfing. Giving you the ability to surf and paddle to the max and have no flex restrictions. The Infiniti Comp is not quite as warm as the Infiniti but fantastic if you can only manage a shorter session and your trying to cram your wave count!
Picking the right wetsuit for you
Thickness, style and size are the 3 key points we tell all our customers who are in need of wetsuit, add in a budget and you have a winning combination to find the perfect wetsuit best suited to you!
Offaxis recommend choosing the right thickness for you depends on your geographical location and when you will be using the wetsuit the most. This wetsuit is a 4/3mm, which means 4mm panels of neoprene from the legs up through the torso and 3mm of neoprene down the arms. The benefit of this is that you maintain the warmth in the core of you body but also get the flex in the arms when it comes to doing your watersports. Here in the UK we recommend a 4mm wetsuit is ideal from May as the water temperatures are starting to warm up especially if and the sun starts shining, all the way through to late October if the season has been nice and water temperatures are still up! Here in Wales the 4/3mm wetsuits are very popular for summer watersports.
When it comes to choosing the right size wetsuit it is very important to get the fit correct. If your suit doesn't fit right t will not do the right job! Offaxis recommend your suit ideally should fit like your second skin and feel comfortable to wear. If your suit is too large air and water will fill in the gaps and cool your body down very quickly. If the wetsuit is too tight then it will be uncomfortable to wear and you will put stress on the seams which will stretch and damage the wetsuit. Take a peek at the Size Chart
to see which wetsuit ticks the box for you. If you need some more friendly advice on what we recommend, the difference between wetsuits or any other questions just drop us a message
or gives us a call 01758 713407
XCEL PRODUCT INFORMATION
The Infiniti Comp is designed for maximum stretch and is our most flexible springsuit. This is thanks to a large front and
back ''comp''(etition) ready panel that has zero seams from the neck to the knes, for maximum range of motion. The Comp
is also extremely lightweight and quick drying, with a Quick Dry Lining interior of the large front and back panel. Ideal
for surfers seeking high performance levels of flexibility and comfort.
Front entry with a short slanted zipper angled along the upper chest and attached at the right shoulder to keep more
water out, with a SmoothSkin hem seal on the left shoulder flap. Hooded X2 models also feature a pull cord/barrel
lock combo along the left shoulder flap.
Crossover Neck Entry
Overlapping inner front and back neck panels (underneath the zipper flap) stretch to allow extra wide, step-in-through-the-neck
The most lightweight, premium foam available; significantly lighter, stretchier, and softer than standard foams.
Quick Dry Lining
More lightweight inner lining with faster drying time; made from recycled polyester fibers.
Comfortable, lightweight neoprene with softer foam and a tighter weave textile for less water absorption and better
Fusion Seam Technology
Inner waterproof stretch Fusion taping fuses seams together; used primarily in the upper body where maximum flexibility
Pressure Bonded Seams
A glued & blindstitched seam using pressure to bond panels together for a highly durable yet still flexible seam;
finished with inner taping for comfort; used primarily in the lower body (taping color varies by product).
Glued & Blindstitched Seams
A fully sealed, maximum stretch seam construction that keeps water out. Neoprene panels are glued and pressed together,
then blindstitched (needle doesn't fully penetrate neoprene, keeping water out).
A thin band of liquid neoprene ("NexSkin") in the inner wrists and/or ankles forms an excellent seal, and helps minimize
Back Knee Flex Grooves
Behind-the-knee cutouts for even more flexibility.
Lower Leg Key Pocket
A streamlined key pocket, blindstitched to the lower right outer calf, with an inner key loop and drain hole.
High Performance Comp Design
Large, seamless body panel maximizes core range of motion.
Less Seam = More Stretch
Smarter product design means minimizing seams to maximize stretch. Any seams used are always pre-bent and contoured
for a truly engineered fit.
DuraFlex Knee Panels
Contoured, durable panels that stretch with you.