Velcro seals along the zips at the top of the suit's front zipper are designed to overlap so that even a very determined bee can’t crawl through the gap normally found on traditional beekeeping suit designs.
An additional Velcro flap is placed outside the front of the veil to help secure the closed zips with another Velcro seal inside the veil to make sure there are no bee size holes.
If you are fortunate to find a bee inside your veil as I have in the past with traditional suits, don’t take your veil off, otherwise more bees will get in and sting you. Simply squash the bee against your head with your hand. One sting is better than many. Then leave your apiary, getting away from your bees, before removing your suit.
One Suit Two Veils, Round & Fencing
This suit comes with two non-flammable veils. One fencing and one round, so whatever your preference you will always have your preferred choice and a spare. Both veils are non-flammable, so unlike traditional veils that are made of nylon or cotton, these won’t readily catch fire should an accidental flame from your smoker or lighter contact it.
These veils mesh is very fine, with holes so small that even mosquitoes or tiny insects won't able to get through. Because the mesh is so fine and anti-glare, the vision through the veil is very soft and clear removing dazzling glare from the sun.
The mesh design to be rigged and free-standing, ensuring the veils always stand upright and away from your face. This improved visual prominence makes it easier for you to inspect your hives and spot queen, eggs, and mites.