TODAY’S PATENT-WETSUITS WITH HYDRODYNAMIC INTERLOCKING AND KINESIOLOGIC FEATURES
The Wetsuits With Hydrodynamic Interlocking And Kinesiologic Features was invented by James Molyneux, Ty A. Ransom on 29th August 2013 bearing patent number US20130219579A1.
The present invention relates to a wetsuit for aquatic activities may include a wetsuit material having a first surface and an opposite second surface. The wetsuit may also include a chest pad located on the first surface in an anterior portion of the wetsuit corresponding with a portion of the wetsuit associated with the chest region of a wearer of the wetsuit. The chest pad may include a left-angled superior surface and a right-angled superior surface that intersect at a prow disposed at a superior portion of the chest pad, each of the left-angled superior surface and the right-angled superior surface being configured to route water from the chest region in a lateral direction.
The wetsuit recited in claim 1, includes a plurality of chest pads having substantially the same configuration recited in claim 1. The wetsuit recited in claim 1, wherein the left-angled superior surface and the right-angled superior surface are angled with respect to the direction normal to the first surface.