Gill Thermoskin Steamer Suit

As low as $259.00
View Size Chart
Select Product Options to see Availability

The Gill Thermoskin Steamer Suit is a long sleeve wetsuit designed for extreme sailing in wet and cold environments. It can be worn by itself or layered with other pieces in colder weather. It’s thick and insulated, yet stretchy and easy to move around in.

The Thermoskin features lofted, zoned thermal insulation for warmth and protection against wind, water, and UV rays. With abrasion-resistant Di-Guard padding on the knees and seat and X4 Superflex fabric across the shoulders and behind the knees, this skiff suit is made to be durable and rugged enough to perform in a fast-packed, active sailing environment.

Key Features:

  • 5/3mm Neoprene
  • Zoned neoprene technology
  • High loft Thermoskin neoprene protects the torso
  • X4 superflex fabric across shoulders and behind knees
  • Abrasion-resistant Di-Guard seat and knees
  • Glued and Blindstitched construction for a waterproof seal
  • Low profile leg and wrist seals with silicon grip
  • Over-the-head Glideskin neck seal with internal back gusset for reduced flush and improved heat retention.
  • Short length YKK back zip to improve freedom of movement and comfort.
  • Performance hiking pad compatibility
More Information
Features Windproof, Breathable, Water Repellent
Recommended Use Dinghy Racing, Cold Weather
Material / Fabric 90% Neoprene, 10% Nylon
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Gill Thermoskin Steamer Suit
Your Rating

Video Transcript

This is the Gill Thermoskin Steamer Suit. It's our winter wet suit with a combination of five-millimeter panels more in the core, with three millimeters, a little bit thinner, and easier to stretch and move in in these critical areas. I'm gonna run through this. I'm going show you front and back. And it's a little bit of styling on the back here.

So starting at the top entry on this, this has a very, very aggressive Velcro that's built into the neoprene. So all of this is Velcro. All of this is a Velcro landing area. And as I open this up, I've got a zipper keeper tab here to keep the zipper up. And then I open it up and you will find this guy, which is unusual.

So what happens is, once you get into the suit, you'll take this, put it over your head, and that'll keep this resting along the back of your back there. Such that when you close this zipper up, there are two layers of neoprene, and that helps keep the water from seeping through the zipper and into the suit. So it's a nice feature.

On the inside of this, they have some fleece panels in the legs and in the core area, it adds a little extra warmth and comfort.

The neck is a short mock in terms of its height. And then it has this nice, soft piping that runs along the edge so it doesn't shape your neck.

Let's see, moving down the sleeves, just a tapered simple sleeve on the inside. If you can see this, this is a sticky material here, so that when you pull it down your wrist it really wants to kinda stick to your skin and not ride up as you're moving and stretching the suit.

Okay, working down the backside here, I have a reinforced seat area and slightly textured. And in the knees, I have this articulating reinforcement here. And then down at the wrists, or at the wrists, at the angle, tapered. And again on the inside, this sticky material, so that when you pull it down on your legs it wants to stay in place.

So this is the Gill Thermoskin Steamer Suit.