Reviewed by Tahoe Wakesports from Truckee, CA on Friday, May 24, 2013
My 10 year old could barley fit into the XS which says it fits 140lb 5'3" to 5'5". He is 80lb and under 5'0". I am 5'10" 165 lbs and fit. I need an XL and it is still tight. I think they will have to go back unfortunately. Seems are strange too.
Reviewed by Underdog from San Diego, Ca on Friday, December 14, 2012
Nice wetsuit, but very short in the torso. I did expect this based on others comments. I am a girl, so this worked out well for me. The only thing that I would change is the zipper on the chest should also have velcro or a snap feature as I think a zipper alone puts too much stress on it, and may split.
Reviewed by Zerg from Mercer Island, WA on Tuesday, August 07, 2012
This wetsuit has a different cut from typical US westsuits. It is quite form fitting and close attention should be paid to the sizing chart. Generally speaking, it will be best for individuals who are fit and trim. It is easy to get in and out of, and seals out the water quite well, in fact the interior almost remained dry. Comfortable and worked well for kitesurfing. Feels a little thinner than 4mm, possibly 3mm. Good buy for the price.
Reviewed by Townfan from South East Massachusetts on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
I have several Camaro wetsuits for different water and weather conditions, and while they are not the best constructed suits, they are good value for money; you just have to be somewhat gentle with them donning and removing. Plastic zip on the neck flap ( I wish they would change this ) prone to breaking if it's like my other Camaro's. It felt tight the first time I tried on, but has gotten easier to get into on subsequent uses. It is easier to get into than a lot of other neck-entry suits I have tried, as the material is very stretchy. Keeps me warm in 50-55 deg. water
Best Uses: Windsurfing
Cons: No key pocket, Not enough reinforcing, Poor quality zipper