Crank up your comfort to new levels while enjoying total mobility as you shred chilly waves in the XCEL Hawaii Infiniti 3/2mm Wetsuit. It features innovative and eco-friendlier Japanese Limestone Nanoprene to make it lighter, softer, and warmer, and TDC technology keeps you in the lineup as long as your legs can carry you. A new one-piece shoulder design eliminates seams for better mobility when paddling, and the chest-zip entry means no pressure points or restriction on your back. It's also equipped with FusionX Tape to provide durability and limit water entry without sacrificing stretch. NexSkin gaskets utilize a thin band of liquid neoprene to further reduce flushing, and Duraflex knee panels are abrasion-resistant for an extended life. Quick Dry lining in the lower body allows the suit to dry rapidly to ensure your suit is dry the next morning after a long day of surfing.
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XCEL Infiniti 3/2mm Wetsuit - Men's
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