Total material weight (lining and rubber coating): 1550 ± 100 g/m². Stiched seams from the tailoring are covered on the outside with rubber tape of the same rubber blend as the suit material.
When all seams are covered, the suit is vulcanised in order to get the seams sealed and watertight. In fact, it can be stated that the vulcanisation process makes the suit seamless.
The chemical reaction occuring during vulcanisation joins together and binds the rubber coated garment material and the rubber tape and hence creates one seamless material. Attachment of sleeve rings, cuffs, hood or yoke, are covered and glued with vulcanised rubber tape. Heavy-duty rubber soles are stitched to the legs of the suit and together form the boots. The seam is covered with a double layer of rubber tape for abrasion resistance. The sole itself has a rough "anti-slip" surface.
As an alternative to the regular rubber boots, the suit can be delivered with steeltoed safety b.