The Mystic Majestic range sits at the pinnacle of the brands line up, utilising the best materials and technology at their disposal. The suit comes in two versions, a front zip and the back zip version we have here. The Majestic is made with their Feather Lite Neoprene, which is 30% lighter and 25% warmer than standard neoprene. The lining of the suit is made from their Teddyprene fleece material, which is soft against the skin and provides excellent insulation. All the outer seams are liquid sealed and internal seals are taped too. There are also aquaflush panels in the legs to ensure any water ingresses through the ankles can escape. The suit also features Polygiene Odour Control, which stops the growth of odour causing bacteria, meaning it will stay fresher for longer.
Pulling the Majestic on you can feel the quality of the suit; there is plenty of attention to detail too, such as the non slip ankle cuffs and the neck closure system. The suit is mostly double lined neoprene for durability with a single lined chest and kidney panels to keep the core warm. The neoprene is extremely flexible which means you can move inside it with ease. It feels like a much thinner suit, almost like wearing a summer suit in winter, it’s so flexible. However, the suit is still exceedingly warm, helped by the Teddyprene fleece lining, which we have always been fans of. The Aquaflush panels work exceedingly well and while there is limited entry into the suit of water, any that does get pushed in is easily drained, no danger of elephant legs here!
The Majestic is a top end suit packed with features and technology, don’t be fooled by the 5/4mm neoprene, this is every bit as warm as thicker suits on the market and more flexible. Highly recommended!
This review was in Issue 41 of IKSURFMAG.
By Rou ChaterRou has been kiting since the sports inception and has been working as an editor and tester for magazines since 2004. He started IKSURFMAG with his brother in 2006 and has tested hundreds of different kites and travelled all over the world to kitesurf. He's a walking encyclopedia of all things kite and is just as passionate about the sport today as he was when he first started!