Main Latex Thickness: 0.40mm
A long sleeve catsuit with a hint of Star Trek. The Trek Catsuit has a contrasting top panel and sleeves. The neckline has a unique V shaped notch on the front. Made in 0.40mm latex. Seen here in Black (main colour) with Yellow (second colour). Also in Plum (main colour) with Pearlsheen Silver (second colour). Only available with back zip options. Please note the zip will match (or close match) the second colour if available, or main colour.
Only available in Regular Length.
Libidex Size: M TALL
Below are some key points briefly explained. For full details you must go to our 'Orders, Deliveries and Returns' page. Click here for full details.
Your discretion is one of our main priorities so please be assured, all our goods are sent in plain packaging, with just a staff member's name as the sender and our address.
Production Delivery, Dispatch Time & Rapid Order Service
All our garments are hand-made, and production is now taking 3 to 4 weeks during this busy Sales period. If you need your goods urgently we offer a quick production service called 'Rapid Order' (This is a guaranteed 10 working day production and dispatch service which is charged at an extra 30% of the original price of the item- not the discounted price).PLEASE SEE CHECKOUT PAGE FOR AVAILABILITY OF THIS SERVICE.
Delivery time is additional to production time and depends on your location. For Non-UK customers we recommend that you choose courier if you need a quicker delivery.
Before returning any items, please contact us and we’ll guide you through the return process. You must contact us within 7 days after receiving your goods.
Latex Allergy - Natural Rubber Latex Allergy
Latex Garments are produced from Natural Rubber Latex (NRL). NRL is an integral part of thousands of everyday consumer and healthcare items. The proteins contained within NRL can cause allergic reactions to Latex. More than 40,000 products used in homes, schools and medical settings contain latex, including common items such as: condoms, rubber bands, balloons, surgical and examination gloves, clothing elastic, etc. Latex allergy, or hypersensitivity, occurs when the body's immune system reacts to proteins found in NRL. Some individuals have specific antibodies, called IgE antibodies, that make them hypersensitive to the proteins in NRL. Although we take great care to use latex sheeting that has been ‘leached’ to a high level, to remove the proteins to a legally acceptable standard, the onus is on you the consumer to ensure that you do not have this problem prior to purchasing or wearing latex clothing. (Please note, that in over 25 years of our company selling latexwear we have never received any complaints of allergy caused by our clothing.)
These are only some key points briefly explained. For full details please go to our 'Orders, Deliveries and Returns' page. Click here for full details.