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Everyone has had that embarrassing moment. You can call it a wardrobe malfunction, a skin show, or as our grandmothers politely said, “exhibitionism.” You’re riding a wave, catch an edge and splat, do a header into the surf. You tuck and roll and bob up for air. No harm, no foul. But then you hear the laughter…. snickers really. Your ride wasn’t that bad. What’s the problem? Your swimsuit has shifted, exposing more than your talent on the board.
As of now, Patagonia has completely ditched neoprene in their line of full length wetsuits in favor of natural rubber. The Yulex natural rubber wetsuit line now includes 21 full-length suits for men, women, and kids.
Three river surfers from Munich wanted a surfboard they could easily transport through the city but without skimping on performance in the water. In order to bridge the gap between inflatable and hard surfboards, the team invented a new technology which allowed them to build an inflatable, vacuum-packed surfboard which can be rolled up and carried in a small backpack.
I am guessing it has happened to almost every female at some point in their lives–you dive into the ocean or pool only to resurface with part of your bikini askew and showing a little more skin than perhaps you originally intended. In order to save all of us from future embarrassment and our paparazzi photos from making the front page of Us Weekly, Patagonia created a technical bikini that does not slip.