Ti Alpha 454 Hooded

$695.95 $398.95

(10 customer reviews)

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S, ST, MS, M, MT, LS, L, LTS, LT, XLS, XL, XLT, XXL

Product Description

  • Wetsuit Temperature Range: 45° F & Below (7° C & Below)
  • Color: Stealth Black and Graphite
  • Compression Wetsuit
  • Titanium Lined Yamamoto Neoprene from Japan for optimal warmth
  • Yamamoto Aerodome Heat Retaining Cells
  • SCS Yamamoto Hood for maximum Wind Protection and Solar Absorption
  • Chest Zip Front Entry System
  • Ultra Light
  • Quick Drying – 98% Hydrophobic (Doesn’t absorb water)
  • Ultra Light

*Size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms and legs where a MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too loose.

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Ti Alpha 454 Hooded

Best Cold-water Surfing Fullsuit-Isurus Ti-Alpha 454 Wetsuit Buyers Guide

$695.95 $398.95

(10 customer reviews)

Quick Stats

Size

S, ST, MS, M, MT, LS, L, LTS, LT, XLS, XL, XLT, XXL

Product Description

  • Wetsuit Temperature Range: 45° F & Below (7° C & Below)
  • Color: Stealth Black and Graphite
  • Compression Wetsuit
  • Titanium Lined Yamamoto Neoprene from Japan for optimal warmth
  • Yamamoto Aerodome Heat Retaining Cells
  • SCS Yamamoto Hood for maximum Wind Protection and Solar Absorption
  • Chest Zip Front Entry System
  • Ultra Light
  • Quick Drying – 98% Hydrophobic (Doesn’t absorb water)
  • Ultra Light

*Size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms and legs where a MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too loose.

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  • S
  • ST
  • MS
  • M
  • MT
  • LS
  • L
  • LTS
  • LT
  • XLS
  • XL
  • XLT
  • XXL
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For those who wish to explore the frigid elements and the most challenging ocean conditions winter will generate. The Isurus Ti-Alpha wetsuit is the pinnacle of technology and design for the cold water warrior. The Ti-Alpha 454 just might be the best cold-water wetsuit made for surfing.

The Ti-Alpha is the ultimate hooded wetsuit and a true breakthrough for cold water surfing. Featuring a specially woven compression material and Titanium lined Yamamoto neoprene. The wetsuit neoprene molds to your body creating a second skin fit with insulation and performance found nowhere.

The Ti-Alpha consists of a 5 layer structure (Jersey, Titanium Alloy, Closed Cell Rubber, Titanium Alloy and compression jersey that is according to Yamamoto 25-40% warmer than regular Yamamoto.  We won’t go that far but it is significantly warmer.

The Yamamoto SCS Nano Skin on the hood and back maximizes solar absorption, warmth and wind protection. The Ti-ALPHA provides optimal warmth with the added thermal values of the Yamamoto SCS Ti Tape, Zicronium fleece lining in the hood and back, and Titanium lined material in the core and back.

Improved circulation generated from the compression design increases body heat and energy levels. The result is a wetsuit that is lighter and warmer than your conventional petrol-based neoprene. This compression wetsuit will keep you warmer, lighter and allow you to surf longer, surf stronger and perform better in the coldest elements.

10 reviews for Ti Alpha 454 Hooded

  1. Richard (verified owner)

    Where I live is on the east coast of England, about 2 hours below the Scottish border and the water is pretty cold! Its halfway through May and it’s only just hit 10 degrees after a pretty harsh winter. This makes us surfers more tuned in with the quality of wetsuits out there because we feel every flushing, pinhole leak etc that much more and the big brands in the past few years haven’t really lived up to their marketing hyperbole. They’ve been steadily rising in cost while underdelivering in its performance and I know dozens of surfers who have returned wetsuits only to buy another, and return it and so on.

    That’s why I started doing research to see what else is out there and became pretty interested in Yamamoto rubber. Your wetsuits with its compression technology along with the reviews online was enough for me to give it a go and I’m super happy I did (and relieved!).

    My first impression was just how incredibly light it is, seriously, if you pick up this wetsuit and a think summer suit in the other hand you really wouldnt feel much difference in weight.

    the second thing about this wetsuit is how flexible it is. I have really broad shoulders and usually have limited range of motion with other brands but this has been the first suit where i’ve really felt unrestricted in the upper body! stoked.

    The wetsuit is considerably warmer than my other winter wetsuits, unsure if it is the yamamoto rubber but the fact that it doesnt flush at all like most other suits really makes a difference.

    I’ll only be wearing Isurus in future!

  2. Hans

    Have use it the hole winter in Denmark. The water was down to 3 degrees Celius sometime this winter and had no problem at it was to cold in the wetsuit! Im more then happy I got from you! Looking forward to more sessions in a really warm wetsuit next winter.

  3. Rob (verified owner)

    I recently bought a couple of suits after being a lifelong loyal Rip Curl buyer. I must say the neoprene is superior in my opinion and the suits are warm as well. I discovered a seam issue after my 4th session in this wetsuit and must wait for a 3 week turnaround for a warranty repair in the middle of winter. Great suit but certainly not superior given the price tag.

  4. Peter

    I’ve had my TiAlpha 454 since last 2016 in the Pacific NW with 12 degree air and 42 degree water. I have used many other brands over the last 20 years up here and have never been as warm. The suit is super stretchy and the fit is better than most. I am very happy to have this suit and to be able to stay out longer when it’s firing.

  5. thisisper (verified owner)

    I bought this suit for NY/Rhode Island winters. It is definitely warmer and lighter than my previous 5mm suit from a major brand.

    It is the only suit where I felt like I could have a “normal” session in 45F water.

    It is the best cold water suit I know of. But it also becomes important to protect the feet, hands, and face.
    7MM XCel drylock boots worked best for me. I’m still looking for the perfect gloves.

    The coldest I’ve been in so far is 42F. No fault of the suit, but with the exposed face, I would get ice cream headaches when caught inside.

    I wonder if some kind face covering w/ goggles could work, integrated with the hood, that was made of some magic material that wouldn’t fog up and would let you breathe normally.

  6. Leif

    Ive used this suit in New York in the dead of winter with a foot of snow on the ground. This suit keeps you sweating and there is little resistance being that it’s mostly 4mm through out the suit

  7. Steve Hawk

    This is, hands down, the best wetsuit I’ve ever owned, and I’ve owned a shitload of them in my 40-plus years as a surfer, the last 17 of which have been in NorCal. It’s better than the custom-made suit I used on a trip to Antarctica and better than the off-the-shelf suit I used on a trip to the Aleutians. I’ve been wearing Isurus wetsuits for about four years now. I was immediately impressed by they way they shed water and thus stay light and flexible. But that first suit was not so great: really hard to get on and off, and it started leaking after a few months. But I kept coming back, and they’ve just gotten better and better over the years. I also love that they have an LTS size (large, tall, slim) that fits my tall, skinny ass. My Ti Alpha 454 feels as light and flexible as a 4/3 and is as easy to get on and off as a 3/2. Like I said, I’m skinny, which means I’m prone to getting cold (the fastest way to ruin a good session), so the one thing I don’t hesitate to splurge on is a good wetsuit. I’m really glad I splurged on this one.

  8. Paul

    I have the Ti Alpha and it an excellent suit. I previously had a Patagonia and the Ti is far and above in fit, warmth and flexibility. More than the performance, Isurus is stand up company backing their product. Unfortunately, I had an issue with a seam in my suit and they immediately replaced the suit. Bottom line is they have great products, are building a good wetsuit company and most importantly an honorable manufacturer. I would highly recommend their products.

  9. mike max

    just got the ti alpha, wore it for the first time in 48 degree water and air was 45 degrees, thing is pretty ridiculous, felt like I had on a good 3/2, it was that stretchy, just feels like you’re in something different when you put it on. Pumped for the winter, hopefully its as warm when the water is 38

  10. Tor (verified owner)

    Incredible wetsuit. By far the best fit and construction on the market in my opinion. Very warm for the thickness and considering how minimalistic and thin it feels on. Comparable wheigt when wet to another brands 5/4 mm weight when dry, which is incredible. My third Isurus wetsuit. Sticking to Isurus!

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