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Women’s Kajiki Wetsuit

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$254.99$297.49

The Kajiki Wetsuit is Waihana’s latest creation. The best pelagic wetsuit for spearfishing and freediving built with Hawaiian waters in mind.  With glue-reinforced blind-stitching for durability, .999 silver titanium dioxide lining, and Smoothskin seals, the Kajiki is built to perform.  *PREORDERS BEGIN MARCH 1st.  FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED & WILL BE FULFILLED STARTING MAY 1st.*

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When we set out to create Hawaii’s best spearfishing and freediving suit, we held nothing back. We sourced the very best eco-friendly neoprene and assembled our suit with bombproof and extremely durable glue-over-stitch bonding.  When you put on a WAIHANA Kajiki Wetsuit, you will feel the quality immediately, while brilliant additions like an integrated distress whistle located on the shoulder will keep you feeling safe all day.  Our titanium dioxide lining makes it a breeze to slip into the suit while underway, and with thick screen printing, you won’t go sliding around above deck.  Buy Local.  By Locals.  WAIHANA.

Kajiki is a term for pacific blue marlin that is commonly used around Hawaii’s fish markets and offshore fishing fleets. The name for all marlin in the Hawaiian language is A’u, and this distinction was derived from the Japanese name Kurokajiki. The blue marlin is no doubt the apex billfish of its pelagic environment. In 1970 the largest recorded pacific blue marlin ever caught on rod and reel weighing in at 1805 pounds was landed by a group of anglers aboard the charter boat Coreene C skippered by Capt. Cornelius Choy. Though males rarely exceed 300 lbs and females rarely exceed 1000 lbs, larger females are out there. Commercial fisherman have reportedly boated much larger fish with rumors existing of a behemoth Blue Marlin brought into the famous Tsukiji market in Tokyo, Japan that weighed in at nearly 2,500 pounds. Lacking the obvious stripes of the nairagi aka striped marlin this apex predator relies on its color contrast to blend in. Our newest suit was designed with the blue water hunter in mind and features many careful design elements catered to the open ocean freediving environment. The kajiki and virtually all open ocean pelagic fish rely on dark to light contrast to blend in with the sun rays on the surface, or the deeper darker shades of the deep from below. This was part a cornerstone of the design inspiration we applied to creating our newest wetsuit.

Julia Muniz in the Kajiki 3.5mm Women’s Size 46.

Materials

  • 1.5mm or 3.5mm Performance Neoprene
  • Dye camouflage on Ultra-Stretch Poly Lycra Laminate
  • .999 Silver Titanium Dioxide Internal Coating

Kajiki Jacket Details

  • Hooded jacket
  • 7mm chest loading pad on exterior of suit
  • Preformed arms for ultimate fitt/comfort
  • Glue-reinforced stitching on elbows, chestpad, and whistle pocket
  • Emergency Whistle with integrated pocket
  • Protective screens on chestpad, elbows and seat area
  • Double closure clips on beavertail
  • Smoothskin seals around wrists

Kajiki Trouser Details

  • 4″ or 10cm Superskin seal around the waist
  • Smoothskin seals around ankles
  • Protective screen on knees

Additional information

Weight 98 oz
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 12 in

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  1. Taylor

    I love this suit! The colors are so vibrant and the fit is perfect. It is easy to slip on and the quality is better than any suit I’ve ever had. I am 5’7” and about 143 lbs and the small fit perfectly. I really like the distress whistle to have on you just in case. This is my second suit from Waihana and definitely will not be my last.

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