Super-Soft Nylon and High-Stretch Spandex Deliver All-Day Protection Without Sacrificing Style
Headlining SCUBAPRO's new UPF Collection of rash guards, steamers, leggings, bikini cut shorties and loose fit tops, T-FLEX leggings are designed to make a statement while providing the ultimate in comfort and protection before, after and during the dive.
Flattering T-FLEX leggings look great, plus make donning a wetsuit oh-so-easy when worn as an under-layer. They are the perfect complement to all the rash guards in the UPF collection. When worn under water they protect against stings and abrasion, and when worn on the surface they provide a level of UV protection unmatched in the industry.
Designed to perform and worn to be different, T-FLEXleggings are made with a blend of super-soft nylon and high-stretch spandex for maximum comfort and stretch. They form-fit to the body, are ultra-comfortable, and provide soft hand feel.
In addition to looking fabulous, T-FLEX leggings provide unbeatable UV protection. They hold a UPF 80 rating awarded by UV Standard 801, the only UV certifying standard that tests fabric in real conditions of use - wet and stressed. So earning a UV Standard 801 UPF 80 tag means T-FLEX leggings lead in providing protection against the effects of the sun - this is the highest UV protection rating available in the industry.
With details that make a difference and a promise for the best protection out there, when it comes to protection from the elements, SCUBAPRO's UPF Collection has you covered, and T-FLEX leggings are at the forefront of this exciting new line of dive wear. The UPF Collection is tailored for higher expectations; with the long-lasting performance you trust, and details that demand attention.
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Nylon/Spandex is the Best!
A nylon/spandex blend is considered the hands-down best material combination for dive wear.
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Going Above & Beyond
SCUBAPRO's new T-FLEX leggings take UV protection to the next level.
T-FLEX leggings have been tested using the UV Standard 801 which tests fabrics in their "worst-case" scenario. In other words, in real world conditions of use - wet and stretched -- two stress factors that can adversely affect a fabric's protective qualities.
Garments that pass these stringent tests are labelled with a coveted UV Standard 801 UPF 80 tag, assuring users of the ultimate in quality and UV protection. This means, wet or dry, you have the peace of mind knowing you're fully protected.