Reviewed by azcatsncars from Fountain Hills, AZ on Monday, January 21, 2013
Ordered a size small for my 5"4" 110lb body, which fell right in line with the sizing chart for a Small. However, my torso must be a little too long because it gave new meaning to the word 'wedgie'. When looking at the Camero sizing chart more closely, they do offer a size Small-L for the same body size/weight, but it must be for a longer torso. Unfortunately, STP doesn't offer this size. Also, when trying this product on when dry, it was a real struggle getting if off. I can not imagine what it would be like with the suit being wet. I purchased it to use in an outdoor pool during the colder months to continue therapy on my shoulders. Perhaps someone with a less compromised body would have better luck getting in and out of the product. Overall, I believe this to be a good product and would give it another try if I could get a longer torso size.
Reviewed by Jane of all trades from St. Joseph, MI on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
I bought this wetsuit for waterskiing during the spring and fall. I only wore it once this year because of the very warm winter/spring we had there was no need for extra layer. It worked perfect for me and look forward to it extending my skiing. I love that the zipper goes up toward the shoulder vice the center of the neck, it is more comfortable.
Reviewed by Dog Walker from WV on Thursday, April 26, 2012
The front zipper makes getting this suit on easy, but still need assistance with getting it over my shoulders to pull it off. Fits well in the hips and legs, but the shoulders are a bit tight. Could just be because I do have wide shoulders. I bought a L and wear size 10 clothes and am 5'4". The length feels just right. However, good value for the price.
Reviewed by Chanunu from Norfolk, Virginia on Monday, April 09, 2012
This suit felt like a glove. Comfortable, free movement, and actually cut for a woman. It looks good!
Like other reviews have mentioned, it is a challenge to take off. The zipper is well positioned, but, for me, getting it past my shoulders and upper arm in order to slough it off was not easy. Granted, I have what would be described as broad swimmers shoulders, but I felt like a contortionist doffing this product.
Will I keep using it? Absolutely, it is very comfortable to wear.
Would I recommend it? With the above disclaimer.
This will be a great suit for this temperature and race.
Answered on 8/6/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
“I've heard about the newest wetsuits that are made with ground limestone that is made into fabric. I can't remember what they call it. The wetsuit is made by Local Motion. The clerk said it's the newest material that doesn't break down as easily and retains the suit's shape longer. I use the wetsuit in chlorine water and found that wetsuits will break down within a year or so of wear. Can you tell me if any of your newer wetsuits are made with this material?”
Asked on 3/5/2010 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
What you are refering to is sometimes refered to as goeprene, currently we do not have any wetsuits using this product.
Answered on 3/9/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
“Do all the Camero wetsuits fit similarly enough that I should order the same size for this product as I have w/other Camero suits? Also the butt on the Small Camero FJ Freefall Kayak Wetsuit was too large for me. Is this butt sized similarly? I'm 5'7", 130lbs...”
Asked on 1/19/2010 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Washington, DC