About Body Glove Neo-Zip Full Wetsuit - 3/2mm (For Men)
Closeouts. Body Glove's Neo-Zip wetsuit provides premium warmth and comfort at an excellent value. Strategically placed Magna Flex 2mm neoprene keeps you moving comfortably in the surf or under the surface.
Specs about Body Glove Neo-Zip Full Wetsuit - 3/2mm (For Men)
- Style: Full
- Seams: Flatlock,Fluid seam weld
- Thickness: 2mm,3mm
- Zipper closure: Chest
- Material: Neoprene laminated with 100% nylon or 81% nylon, 19% spandex
- Weight: 2 lb. 9 oz.
- Gender: Men
- Wetsuit usage: Surf
- Made in Thailand
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rocky from carlsbad, ca on Monday, January 12, 2015I have worn this wetsuit 6 times now, it is true to fit and keeps me warm in 60 degree water, seems to dry quick and is very flexible, best of all I bought it on a closeout at a great price. I would rate it 5 stars
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Richard from California on Tuesday, July 29, 2014What a deal with the coupon!! I only wear Body Glove since I know the fit tho I only wear back zips. They are easier to get in so I was a little apprehensive with the front entry NeoZip. No problem, a little difficult to get on but water is sealed out well and it keeps me warm in 65 F + water. I am now waiting for a 4/3 to go on sale for those cold Fall mornings.
Reviewed by Franky Downunder from Sydney on Tuesday, June 17, 2014Wasn't sure what to expect as price with discounts was very low. Pleasantly surprised at the overall look and apparent quality. Neoprene was light and flexible. Only sealed inside in the body section but sealed overall on the outside. Have only worn once fit was snug ( I bought Large size I'm 1.85m and 83kg) but length of arms and legs good for me. XL would have been too big. Chest zipper may be a bit fiddly when you have cold hands as it separates completely. Obviously can't comment on the durability yet but even if I only get a couple of years it should be a good buy.
Question & Answer
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“I am transitioning from canoeing class I and II rivers to kayaking these rivers (Colorado/Utah) in a touring kayak. I am 5 8" and 180 but loosing some weight as a goal and I can't decide which size to get in the vapor wet suit. I am guessing that a medium may feel real tight but this might be a normal experience for a beginner getting into a wet suit. My last concern is having enough flexibility in the suit to paddle. Medium or large?”
I am 5'8" 155 and the medium fits just right. I would have gotten a medium short if they had one ( my pants inseam is 30") . I would say to get a large for sure. The neoprene is very very flexy and I have no problem paddling as well. You can't go wrong for the price. I like the NeoZip even tho it is harder to get in & out of as opposed to the back zip since the back zip has a Velcro closure that always grabs the shoulder area of the inside when handling the wetsuit to dry inside out and eventually wears and weakens the material. I've had at least 6-7 BodyGlove back zips over the years.