2.5mm Men's HyperFlex AMP3 L/S Springsuit


2.5mm Men's HyperFlex AMP3 L/S Springsuit
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    Water Temp Rating * 66 Degrees & Up
    Style L/S Springsuit
    Thickness 2.5mm
    Neoprene Type 100% High-End Stretch
    Seam Construction Sealed
    Zipper Style Waterproof Back Zip w/ Anti-Flush Gasket
    Warranty 1yr
    Manufacturer's Part Number XY626MB
    * 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: 2.5mm Men's HyperFlex AMP3 L/S Springsuit

    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 - 2 Reviews

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    4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 EXCELLENTLY MADE SUIT, GREAT BUY
    Reviewer: R.I.P.   |  12-3-2013

    This is an excellently made suit. I also have top of the line full suits by both O'neill & Xcel, & the quality of workmanship & materials of this Hyperflex is right up there with both of them. I have relatively little difficulty getting in or out of this suit. This suit is very stretchy & flexible, with very little water entry or flushing. If anything, I find that for surfing here in Hawaii the suit keeps me a bit too warm, (especially if it's a hot, sunny day with long lulls between sets), but is great for extended water time while snorkeling or free diving, especially at night. Don't think that this is a cheaply made suit because of it's lower price, nothing could be further from the truth. I recommend that any potential wetsuit buyer should check out the Hyperflex line of suits when considering a wetsuit purchase. Cons: like most suits which utilize a lower density, ultra stretchy neoprene, this suit tends to absorb quite a bit of water during use, which makes the suit noticeably heavier. This is very apparent while surfing, but negligible while diving. You may not notice how heavy the suit has become due to water absorption until you remove it. This suit may be overkill if you're surfing in tropical regions, but would be ideal for cooler water/air temps in spring or fall in more temperate climes. I like it.

    4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 2009 model was better
    Reviewer: AJ Wilson   |  5-3-2012

    I am a slalom skier -- so my needs my vary from others. I used the 2009 model of this suit (black with green/gold lettering) for water temps 50 degrees and above. The old model was watertight (for the time it took for the towrope slack to be taken up) and was snug enough around the thighs to keep water from flushing in when getting up. Sadly, the new suit, although it looks way cooler, doesn't perform as well on either of those counts. It leaks water in almost immediately, and I get a massive water flush when getting up. For the money, I think that the JetPilot Flight long sleeve spring suit (2010 model) was a better buy.