Billabong Salty Dayz Long-Sleeve Spring Wetsuit - Women's

Billabong Salty Dayz Long-Sleeve Spring Wetsuit - Women's
Billabong Salty Dayz Long-Sleeve Spring Wetsuit - Women's
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Salty Dayz Long-Sleeve Spring Wetsuit - Women's by Billabong
Warm weather is just around the corner, but it's not quite here yet, so slide into the Billabong Salty Dayz Long-Sleeve Spring Wetsuit to get the performance and warmth you need for cooler spring days, all in a stylish and unique package. With 2mm neoprene you've got warmth in waters from the mid 60's to low 70's, with a shorty design that won't leave you overheating. If the water starts to heat up a bit, the center front half zip lets you vent heat easily to so you can keep ripping in comfort.

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