R1 Lite Yulex Full-Zip Westuit - Men's by Patagonia
Traveling the world and hunting down the best swells you can find isn't much fun without a healthy planet, which is why Patagonia spent years developing the natural, eco-friendly material found in their R1 Lite Yulex Full-Zip Wetsuit. By using the power of Yulex, a petroleum-free, emissions-reducing material, Patagonia provides the same reliable performance you'd expect from such a trusted brand, but with a design that dramatically reduces the environmental impact of a day of surfing. Suitable in waters between the mid 60's and 70's, this fullsuit is designed to keep you warm during cool summer sessions. Yulex is blended with synthetic rubber to give you the same UV-resistance, strength, and stretch as neoprene, and thanks to the recycled polyester lining you've got quick dry times and flexible comfort inside and out. Triple glued and blindstitched seams provide a watertight seal against the tides, and the durable front zipper ensures a long lifespan. You've also got reinforced kneepads give you a stronger construction where you need it, and an easy-access keyloop ensures that nothing gets lost in the water.
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