During your last surf session you barely lasted an hour in chilly waters, so equip yourself with the O'Neill Men's Epic 4/3 Wetsuit before you head out again. Ideal for cold to cool surfing conditions, the Epic has FluidFlex Firewall insulation in the chest and back panels to lend extra heat and to wick away moisture for improved comfort. 4/3-millimeter UltraFlex neoprene fabric throughout offers plenty of stretch, flexibility, and unrestricted movement while you surf. Strategic seamless paddle zones (undersleeve panels) also allow for unrestricted motion and help to eliminate chafing. O'Neill utilizes a Lumbar seamless design, a large panel in the rear area of the wetsuit to minimize water entry and maximize stretch and overall comfort when you spend significant amounts of time sitting up on your board to spot oncoming sets. Thanks to the Epic's glued and blindstitched seams, this stellar suit stops water leakage for all-day comfort. A back zipper with glued-in covert zip, double super-seal neck, and updated hook-and-loop closure prevent uncomfortably flushing issues and provide minimal bulk and a chafe-free unfinished edge. Krypto knee pads with ergonomic shaping offer durability and help protect your knees when you duck dive while an external key pocket with loop houses your car or beach house key.
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O'Neill Epic 4/3 Back-Zip Full Wetsuit - Men's
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