Psycho Freak 4/3mm Back Zip Full Wetsuit - Men's by O'Neill
A good wetsuit is like the perfect pair of undies--if everything's working perfectly, you won't even know it's there. That's the idea behind O'Neill's Pyscho Freak Z. E. N. Zip 4/3 Men's Wetsuit, which combines O'Neill's three most engineered neoprenes and tons of tech features to keep you so warm and comfortable that you'll forget you're not getting barreled in the buff. The Pyscho Freak Z. E. N. is a top-of-the-line suit that cribs the best features from the previous Psycho Freak and Psycho 3 to provide warmth in chilly water without restricting movement or rubbing your skin the wrong way. O'Neill constructed the torso from TechnoButter 3 Air Firewall neoprene, which gives you unparalleled stretch and heat retention, and built the legs from stretchy and lightweight TechnoButter 3 Firewall, and engineered the arms from TechnoButter 3 to give you killer stretch and mobility. The seams are carefully placed to help you enjoy unencumbered paddling, and each one is finished with stitchless and watertight Double SuperSeam welding that's been urethane sealed and triple glued for maximum waterproofing.
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