Camaro Stingray Semi-Dry Diving Wetsuit - 7mm (For Women)
About Camaro Stingray Semi-Dry Diving Wetsuit - 7mm (For Women)
Closeouts. The Camaro Stingray semi-dry wetsuit is designed for cold water dives, and is constructed of 7mm neoprene with Titanium Plush lining, SCS double cuffs and asymmetric G-Lock main zipper for enhanced water-tightness.
Specs about Camaro Stingray Semi-Dry Diving Wetsuit - 7mm (For Women)
- Style: Full
- Seams: Fluid seam weld
- Thickness: 7mm
- Zipper closure: Slant zip
- Material: 95% neoprene, 5% nylon
- Weight: 5 lb. 8 oz.
- Gender: Women
- Wetsuit usage: Dive
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by RuralGrl from San Francisco on Wednesday, May 13, 2015Last year I bought a Medium (according to the chart for my height/weight) and it fits very close and does keep me warm in Puget Sound waters, but it was such a pain to get in and out of that my diving partners complained loudly as they helped me each time. So this year I caved to their demands and bought a Large, even tho I was thinking it might be too big. But so far, so good. The legs are longer than the Medium, so that is desirable for me – more of my ankles are covered and the crotch comes up where it's supposed to be. Am not sure whether these cuffs will keep enough water out so that I stay warm, as I haven't yet worn this suit in the water. The chest area seems to compress as much (maybe too much!) as the medium size, but the waist area is larger in this one and may end up being just a big water pocket. Didn't like the front zip design in the previous suit because it's way too hard to get out of and CANNOT do it alone, but after trying a couple of other suits that didn't fit nearly as well, I came back to this one and just got a larger size. As other reviewers wrote, it's indeed very thick and heavy (feels like I'm wearing a ½" blanket all over) and does impede movement, but I got cold in anything less. The incredible buoyancy is a problem when diving, so you'll need a substantial weight belt. But I can stay in the water as long as I want to when I'm wearing this suit., and that's exactly what I was looking to be able to do.
Reviewed by Mo from mountains, colorado on Monday, August 18, 2014I've used this wet-suit for water skiing Colorado's high mountain lakes. This suit will definitely extend the season for water sports. I have yet to try it scuba diving but imagine that you would need to pile on the weights due to its amazing buoyancy. The range of motion is more limited but not so much that you cant enjoy whatever you are doing. And it is comical to try to get out of by yourself.
Reviewed by Opechee Princess from New Hampshire on Tuesday, December 3, 2013This is a really heavy suit made for cold water dives just like advertised. It even has a padded back for extra support. I wanted it for cold water skiing but there is no way you can move very well in it because it is so heavy. Seems water tight with the extra cuff material. You will probably need help getting into/out of it.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bubblebrain from Aurora, Colorado on Wednesday, February 6, 2013I've only worn it once so far, but I loved it. Very comfortable and warm, easy to put on but hard to get off, typical of all front zipper wetsuits. Very lightweight.
I will buy another one when I need it.
Reviewed by LMD from Melbourne Australia on Wednesday, January 16, 2013HI everyone, this LMD from Melbourne again. I'm very sad to report that this wetsuit with less than 50 dives is falling apart... in a big way...... backside seam gone, only held together by outer suit lining?? seals on ankles and wrists seem to stick to the lining and are perishing. A real shame as the last Camaro wetsuit I purchased 12 years ago is still going strong (just not thick enough for Melbourne) Very dissapointing, when i first got is i thought 'another' great camaro product but 50 dives in and I doubt it will last the summer.
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“I am 5'3" and around 125 lbs, with large hips. It's tough to find a wetsuit that doesn't cover my feet when I put it on, do you think a small would work well for me?”
“I am 5'5" tall with a 36" bust, but am in the 160lb weight range but athletically built. Could you recommend a size for me?”
If you order a M it will be tight, but a L will be too long and big in the bust.
“I am 5'7" and 143 lbs with a 37" bust. Seems I have a somewhat odd figure for this suit (height M-L, weight L-XL and bust M) - what size would be my best option? Thanks”
I would recommend going with the 42 L
“Is this wetsuit made of the new super stretch neoprene?”
No this is a standard neoprene suit.