Like the watercraft brand so overtly prominent in the video below (and throughout the entirety of the product catalog), Slippery Wetsuits has maintained a certain level of stagnation in its offerings over the years. Albeit superb products (and some of the highest reviewed products by The Watercraft Journal over its four years of publishing), Slippery, like Kawasaki, is bringing some much needed excitement to its 2017 product line.
The wetsuit, lifevest and riding apparel manufacturer hit the ground running with a new fast-paced, edgy announcement video and a new marketing strategy. This, combined with a catalog of all-new designs, new names, some seriously vibrant color options and offerings (including a designed high-ankle boot, the retirement of the Switch vest, and much, much more), makes for a very interesting year.
Particularly interesting is Slippery’s new neoprene side-entry vest, the Array Neo Vest. The faux camouflage pattern, segmented paneling and strong colorization makes for a unique item that is sure to excite the racer in most. Speaking of which, very notably present in the announcement video is Kawasaki’s own Minoru Kanamori aboard a 310R and brand-new SX-R standup, while the dashing male model and the seasoned World Champion skirt around San Diego’s Mission Bay.