Comfortably and confidently charge headlong into the icy waters with the Matuse Men's Scipio Front Zip 3mm Wetsuit. Designed to handle waters ranging from 52-60 degrees Fahrenheit, this wetsuit is unbelievably light, comfortable, flexible, and incredibly tough to keep you going through intense sessions. Made from the incredibly innovative blackZERO Geoprene (which is actually made from limestone, hence the name GEO), this suit's material is over 30% more water-impermeable than petroleum-based neoprene suits, far less water-absorbent for a lighter and quicker-drying performance, and offers 400% greater stretch than your own skin for an unbelievably flexible design that never gets stretch marks. Geoprene is naturally warmer than neoprene, so less of it needs to be used, resulting in not only a lighter design, but also a far smaller impact on the environment when manufactured. And don't worry about a single scratch destroying the suit's integrity, Geoprene rubber has a uniform microcell structure that, when scratched, allows new independent concave cells to be exposed for continued functionality and warmth. Additionally, the front zip entry makes getting in and out a breeze.
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