Factors to reduce the life expectancy of gear:
- Long-term exposure to the sun
- Saltwater/air, and other harsh environments can cause abrasion.
You must immediately repair damaged gear. You should have no doubts about your gear’s reliability.
Mystic is not responsible if any Mystic products are altered in any way. Always rinse and dry your textiles thoroughly after contact with saltwater.
- To maintain the T-zip, please use a tube of grease attached to the hangtag to keep it waterproof and smooth. Repeat this process every season.
- Dry your suit on a hanger to allow the air to dry the suit’s inside and out.
- Always rinse your suit after coming in contact with salt water. The salt can cause long-term damage to neoprene or latex.
- To clean the suit, you can use mystic wetsuit cleaner
- The suit will be damaged by UV radiation. The suit should not be dried in the sun.
- To prevent them from drying out, you can apply talcum powder to the latex cuff.
- If you have damaged parts, the suit can be easily repaired with Neoprene glue. It is important to make sure that it is waterproof once again.
- Wearing a drysuit with a lifejacket is a good idea. A drysuit is more energetic than swimming in a wetsuit.
- Seams can be damaged by large impacts from waves and jumps. Mystic will be able to determine the source of leakage but cannot guarantee any warranty.
- This suit is not designed for diving.
- Mystic cannot be held responsible for any inherent dangers/dangers or hazards that may arise from the sport of mystic products. Before you go on the water, please read the safety rules.
- Take care when getting into and out of your wetsuit. Aggressive pulling or tugging could cause fatigue or damage to material.
- Do not overstretch taped or heat seal seams.
- Avoid using sharp or abrasive materials such as deck grip, harness spreaderbars, or finns. Avoid exposing the wetsuit too much to direct sunlight (UV Radiation). Excessive sun exposure can cause color and print fading, cracking or fading of the heat seal seams and taped/heat sealing.
- After each use, rinse your wetsuit in clean water. Avoid drying your wetsuit in a dryer or washing machine. Do not bleach.
- Dry your wetsuit in the shade and away from direct sunlight.
- For extended periods of time, don’t hang your wetsuit upside down on a hanger.
- Limited lifetime warranty for blind and glued seams
- All heat sealed seams, kneepads come with a 1-year warranty
- All other materials and construction situations are covered for 1 year.
- Normal wear and tear, scratches and fading.
- Not authorized modifications, modifications, or changes can cause damage.
- Anything other than defects in materials and workmanship can cause damage.
- Excessive sunlight exposure can cause damage, such as fading and desiccation in neoprene or heat seal seams.
- These products are classified as second-hand.
- This product is used in commercial, rental, teaching, or instructional activities.
- Requests for warranty without receipt.
This post was written by Aaron McClearnon, Owner of Elite Watersports. At Elite Watersports, We strive to provide exceptional service and genuine interactions with those interested in Kiteboarding Tarpon Springs. We hold dear our passion for being out on the water and maintain this as our foundation for all business practices.