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O’Neill ’s Bahia Spring Wetsuit - 2mm, Short Sleeve (For Women)

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Overview

About O’Neill ’s Bahia Spring Wetsuit - 2mm, Short Sleeve (For Women)

Closeouts. O'Neill's Bahia short-sleeve spring wetsuit is a comfortable surf suit that's at home in warm water. The 2mm Superstretch neoprene and Double Superseal neck offer superior comfort with minimized chafing.

Specs

Specs about O’Neill ’s Bahia Spring Wetsuit - 2mm, Short Sleeve (For Women)

  • Style: Shorty
  • Seams: Flatlock
  • Thickness: 2mm
  • Zipper closure: Back
  • Material: Outside panels 95% nylon, 5% spandex, or 83% nylon, 17% spandex; Inside panels 100% nylon; all panels bonded to neoprene
  • Weight: 1 lb. 3 oz.
  • Gender: Women
  • Wetsuit usage: Surf
  • Made in Thailand , Mexico
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  • Must ship ground within the 48 contiguous US only; not eligible for special shipping offers

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4.400000 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 5 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Worked for me
Verified Buyer Reviewed by gymrat from Washington DC on Wednesday, August 23, 2017
I needed a wetsuit on short notice and grabbed this one. The 8 fit me well. I am 5'4" and about 127, medium to athletic build. I used it for lake swimming and it was perfect.
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  • Worked for me
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by gymrat from Washington DC on Wednesday, August 23, 2017
    I needed a wetsuit on short notice and grabbed this one. The 8 fit me well. I am 5'4" and about 127, medium to athletic build. I used it for lake swimming and it was perfect.
  • Runs small!
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by wtrrat from VA on Saturday, July 8, 2017
    Runs small with a tight fit. Order 2 sizes up for ease of access. Very nice quality.
  • Perfect!
    Reviewed by Alyssa from Newport Beach, California on Saturday, July 1, 2017
    Got this suit for when the summer time when the water or air is still pretty chilly but doesn't warrant my full suit. I'm 5'5"/155lbs with a fairly athletic build and 10 fit me perfectly. The neck is a little tight at first but just zip it up over something slightly larger than your neck over night and it'll feel fine and still provide a good seal.

    Beware of the key pocket on the right leg though--stuck my key in there and it washed out at some point while I was surfing during my second session with the suit. Luckily I had a secret spare handy, but I wouldn't trust it! If you have a key pocket on your leash, use that instead.
  • It Keeps You Warm
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kayaking Krazy from TN on Thursday, June 29, 2017
    I have always spent my springs and summers relaxing by kayaking and snorkeling on freezing freshwater creeks, but as I get older, the freezing cold keeps me out of the water.. This suit is making it possible for me to jump back it. It dis thick enough to keep me warm when I'm snorkeling. I hardly notice the cold anymore and can snorkel for hours. Some draw backs- the "superseal" neck does keep you warm, but out of the water is a bit constraining. I tried to wear it kayaking one day because I knew I'd be jumping in afterwards. That didn't work. I had to unzip (with the back pull) and put it back on later. If the neck weren't so tight, Id have given it 5 stars. When snorkeling, I don't notice it being tight. (Other info- I'm 6 ft tall and worried about the one piece design not being long enough. It fits perfectly.)
  • Comfortable
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mom from Colorado on Wednesday, May 3, 2017
    Super comfortable and stretchy. A little light weight for what I was needing it for.

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About O’Neill

It was the 1950's when the icy waters of San Francisco Bay drove inveterate surfer Jack O'Neill to develop the neoprene armor that is the stuff of today's wetsuits. Several permutations preceded the arrival of neoprene, including WWII frogmen suits lined with long underwear and later, glued-together pieces of closed-cell foam. Having solved the problem of keeping surfers warm with varying thicknesses of neoprene, O'Neill went on to enhance his wetsuit designs with advancements like the Z.E.N. zip closure system, Smoothskin, Super Seal Glideskin, Plasma Knee Pads and Firewall Chest panels. Today O'Neill wetsuits are the protection of choice for surfers and divers on every coast.