Flash Bomb 3/2 Chest-Zip Full Wetsuit - Women's by Rip Curl
For peak performance in cool-to-cold waters, count on the Rip Curl Women's Flash Bomb 3/2 Chest-Zip Full Wetsuit. This premium suit has been upgraded with an E5 Flash lining for even greater flexibility and a lighter feel. Rip Curl also redesigned the pattern to offer what it calls a more feminine look and feel; however, it's primarily a performance suit, and the features bear that out. E5 Flash lining has 25% more stretch and is lighter than its predecessors for new levels of comfort and performance. E4 internal seam taping and Aquaban Plus liquid-taped internal seams practically eliminate water entry without limiting mobility. E4 neoprene has a high warmth-to-weight ratio to make it feel like you're wearing a thinner suit than you are. The chest zip combines the freedom of a free suit with the easy access of a back zip. The Hydro-Lock collar prevents flushing when you duck dive, while the three-hole drainage system allows any water that does get in to escape. S-Flex knees are flexible and extremely durable, and a stash pocket secures your keys so you don't have to risk leaving them on shore.
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