When your rashguard just isn't cutting it, slip on the XCEL Men's 3/2 Infiniti OS-Zip Wetsuit and quite your bitchin'. This ultrastretch, ultrasoft neoprene wetsuit has a thermobamboo inner chest and lower body that retains heat like no other, so you stay comfortable during your hours long surf session.
- Pressure-bonded seams in lower body complement fusion seals in upper body to preserve comfort while locking water out
- Fusion seal wrist gripper tape keeps sleeves in place to prevent flushing
- Engineered fit features paneled hips and pre-bent joints for full flex and range of motion
- Double-glued and blind-stitched seams stand up to seabed smacking, and the reinforced stress points ensure the suit lasts for years
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XCEL Hawaii 3/2 Infiniti OS Zip Wetsuit
Super flexie material. Can handle low 60 temp water maybe high 50's if the sun is out. My last two suits have been front zip. So what i dont like about it is the elastic always catches on the side of the suit when its off, so its definetly putting some ware on the material. It bunches up in the back of the neck and makes it uncomfortable.
Usually go a MT.. Im 6ft prob 33 waist.....
Usually go a MT.. Im 6ft prob 33 waist.. could I go a medium or large in the this? no MT available?
I'm 6'1" x 160 x 31 waist and this suit in large fits me well.
Um, Infiniti "full-zip"? I believe there's...
Um, Infiniti "full-zip"? I believe there's no such thing. The pics show an os-zip, which isn't an Infiniti, and the description refers to an x-zip, which is contradicted by the photos.
Actually the Infiniti line comes in both X-Zip and OS-Zip styles. I have both of them so I can verify such.
I think Nuts is technically right, but most people drop the "Infiniti" when referring to the os-zip, though I acknowledge there's also a lower-end version (Xflex). At least Dogfunk corrected the name and the description. Also, the (Infiniti) os-zip differs from the Infiniti x-zip in at least one way besides the entry style. The latter is 100% ultra stretch, whereas the os-zip has less stretch in the core, hips, and upper legs. Arguably there's no need for extra stretch there, but one effect is that the x-zip in a given size can generally accommodate more sizes of human. The exception is people whose necks are too small for the the unadjustable neck of the x-zip. It should border on uncomfortably snug when you first try it on out of the water.