R1 Lite Yulex Long Jane Wetsuit - Women's by Patagonia
Warm waters and big waves call for some time well spent in Patagonia Women's R1 Lite Yulex Long Jane Wetsuit. Its zipperless design allows uninhibited range of motion when paddling and surfing, and the high level of sustainability in its construction ensures that you can enjoy the waves with a clear conscience. Plus, this year Patagonia re-engineered the construction to be lighter, stretchier, and more comfortable than ever before. Unlike most petroleum-based neoprenes, Patagonia's Yulex rubber is sourced from plantations in the Guatemalan highlands that have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the Rainforest Alliance. Certification means that the rubber is harvested in a way that doesn't directly contribute to deforestation, and that it's managed in a way that maintains the ecological functions and integrity of the forest, and it enhances the long-term social and economic well-being of forest workers and the surrounding communities. Of course, none of this means much if the quality isn't up to par, which is why it has also been developed and tested to meet Patagonia's rigorous standards for performance, durability, and warmth.
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