Reviewed by lili from utah on Thursday, July 29, 2010
I wrote a review before I had actually gotten the suit wet and now that I have tried it out I can't say enough good about it! I bought it for my first triathlon and while it was snug when I put it on, it stretched right out when I got wet. I had absolutely no problem with mobility while swimming. Fl...
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Reviewed by Country Girl from Central Pennsylvania on Saturday, June 28, 2014
I just started diving again and needed a shorty to stay warm. A friend gave me hers, but I nearly choked at the neck. I generally wear an 8 and the medium fits great. I also like the front zip. Great price.
Reviewed by Someone in Seattle from Seattle on Monday, June 2, 2014
I bought this to replace an old shorty Billabong wetsuit that I loved for lake swimming. The quality of this seems good, but although it fit well in the legs and arms the body the body was too long (not a problem I usually have) and it would be uncomfortable for swimming. It is going back. Also, I found it hard to put on and off and prefer the zipper on the back.
Reviewed by Inna03 from Seattle on Thursday, December 26, 2013
This is my second Camaro purchase. First, I got 5mm wet suit for the dive class and love it, second, this 3mm shorty was purchased for Hawaii vacation. No complains. I am 5'7 and 155, so L was a good fit. Easy in-and-out, sufficient buoyancy, and plenty of protection.
Reviewed by Polly Prissypants from Jacksonville on Tuesday, December 17, 2013
This shorty fits better than I had hoped and seems really sturdy. I'm 5'2", 127 lbs., 38" top, 36" bottom. The 40 is a little tight in the top and a little loose in the bottom but overall pretty comfortable. I LOVE the front zipper. It's even pretty cute and the price with a deal flyer coupon was AWESOME! If you're considering a shorty, I'd recommend you give this a try :)
Snug may be better, but not uncomfortably so. I used a Camaro size chart and went with weight and bust measurement (the place I thought it would be most uncomfortable if too tight).
Answered on 3/29/2014 5:17:52 AM by Polly Prissypants from Jacksonville, FL
I had similar query and bought the bigger one which is easier to get on and zip. It is best to put it on dry and
take it off IN THE WATER or shower. The bigger one does get air gaps in it and I think the tighter one would be
better for the air/water gaps that come and go and fill with water and release but are no bother other than cooler water
pockets under the suit. I would still probably get the larger one if I had to pick again, but I tend not to like TIGHT
clothes. I think the suit is true to size. I use it for swimming laps in cold water and I need to be able to move my shoulders.
Answered on 3/29/2014 8:16:08 AM by Eil from Pittsburgh, Pa.
I went size up to have slightly more room, not too skin-tight feeling. It stretches, and have wonderful buoyancy, so maybe you should try both?
Answered on 3/29/2014 8:59:13 AM by Inna03 from Seattle