3/2mm Men's Quiksilver SYNCRO LFS Fullsuit - Chest Zip


3/2mm Men's Quiksilver SYNCRO LFS Fullsuit - Chest Zip


    Water Temp Rating * 60 Degrees & Up
    Style Fullsuit
    Thickness 3/2mm
    Neoprene Type 100% Stretch
    Seam Construction Sealed & Taped
    Zipper Style Chest Zipper
    Internal Features Poly Fleece Chest & Back Panels
    Additional Features Key Loop & Durable Kneepads
    Warranty 1yr
    Manufacturer's Part Number EQYW103040
    * Water temperature ratings are only a guide and are very subjective. If you are cold, get out of the water and seek warmth.
    Allergy notice: It's rare, but neoprene (wetsuits) and/or the materials used in its construction can cause allergic skin reactions. If allergic, discontinue use and consult a physician.

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    Wetsuit Reviews: 3/2mm Men's Quiksilver SYNCRO LFS Fullsuit - Chest Zip

    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 - 4 Reviews

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    4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Quick comparison and recommendation
    Reviewer: Spence   |  10-7-2017

    I usually never write reviews. But, this is a nice suit. (2nd season in it) Quicksilver chest zips, start out attached at the neck and zip out closed to the shoulder-easy. Ripcurl zippers and Excel zippers have to be attached at the shoulder and close in toward the neck-difficult. It’s basically hell attaching a zipper right at my shoulder in my new Ripcurl suit, and was hell a few years ago in an Excel suit. F’n Lite neoprene is softer and more flexible than Rips E4. My opinion. The neck was tight, but they’re supposed to be. New neoprene can be stretched out when it’s new. Just put a soccer ball or a bucket in the neck for a few hours. I can’t believe the comment below about a lose neck. This suit is sealed, it’s wonderful.No water trickles in. My new suit is not sealed, mistake, I took it for granted. I’ve surfed for 20 years. These cheaper suites have become better than suites that cost 3 times as much just a couple of years ago. This is a good one. Size charts always work for me.

    4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Great value wetsuit
    Reviewer: Joel Schneider   |  10-19-2016

    Overall this is a great suit for the money. You get all of the high tech stretchy neoprene at a fraction of the price of most suits. I am using it for windsurfing. The downsides are that the neck seal is not very tight, so if you dive, or fall in head first, you will get a fair amount of water flushing in. There is a similar issue with the legs in that just the right landing on a jump will send water up the leg. But I'm not sure how that happens as the suit fits quite tight and is actually somewhat difficult to take off as the stretchy material wants to grab a hold and not let go as you try to peel it off.

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great Suit
    Reviewer: Jay Hickman   |  5-2-2016

    Flexibility is awesome. I use my suit as a first layer. A Barefoot Water Ski wetsuit is worn over the top. The range of motion and mobility is great.

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great fit and quality
    Reviewer: Will   |  1-5-2016

    This suit fits exactly as expected based on sizing chart. It is very high quality, especially for the price point, and to me works well in even colder than it is supposedly for. Very flexible. didn't really feel any more restrictive than surfing without a suit.