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The Ride Engine Elara 4/3 is the perfect suit for spring to autumn months. Superb warmth and flex due to the unique Ride Engine limestone construction make the Elara a go to suit in the Ride Engine neoprene lineup.

The Elara 4/3 is a versatile women’s suit, warm enough for shivery early-season sessions and comfortable enough to wear until all you need is a shorty. Ideal for 48-55 F water (9-13 C)


  • Fleece lining and liquid rubber seams keep body heat in and cold water out.
  • Strategic Stitching seam layout reduces fatigue and maximizes mobility where it matters most.
  • Soft fleece lining feels like a warm flannel onesie.
  • Front-zip closure reduces flushing and seepage through zipper.
  • PFC and PTFE free limestone neoprene- more durable, less environmental impact, no toxic hydrophobic coatings.


FLUSH RESISTANT FRONT ZIP: Closes up rather than down so it won’t get unzipped if you take a beating in the surf. Internal neck gasket zips further and prevent flushing.

BOMBER SEAMS: Stitched, glued, taped and sealed with liquid rubber for seams that are water tight, flexible and durable.

LIMESTONE-BASED NEOPRENE: Neospan S-Foam Neoprene: Industry standard for high-end suits, super soft and stretchy, more durable and less environmental impact than petroleum-based Neoprene and no toxic hydrophobic chemicals.

STRATEGIC STITCHING: Stitch pattern designed to allow for maximum range of motion while avoiding stretch points and minimising chafing.

HOLY KNEES: Rugged, abrasion resistant BAX material covers knees of all long suits for added protection and durability where it’s needed most.

BLOAT FREE DRAIN-HOLESStrategically located to drain water and prevent “elephant leg syndrome.”

HEART WARMER: Thermalux Poly Fleece lining (on cold-water models) minimises water absorption and retains heat to keep you warm, dry and comfortable in all conditions. Layer tapers from thickest at the core to thinner at extremities to maximize warmth and mobility where they’re needed most.