Patagonia Wetsuit - R3 Women's Chest-Zip Full Suit
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Recycled polyester jersey on butt and legs decreases environmental impact
All seams are glued; critical seams are glued and blindstitched
Internal pullover-style neck gasket (1.5mm neoprene with a polyester jersey surface and key pocket at front of internal gasket) enhances the seal at the neck and prevents water from flushing into the suit
Zipper seams are blindstitched for a clean-finished exterior on the zipper gusset and to eliminate potential seam abrasion
Base of the zipper gusset has drain holes to release internal water
Hook-and-loop closure on the neck flap is set off to the side to reduce chafing
Wrist and ankle seams are clean-finished, reinforced and shielded with coverage tabs for increased durability
One-piece front and back panels eliminate the need for a weak T-joint seam in the crotch
- Anatomical, PVC-free kneepads are more durable, provide more grip and create less environmental damage than traditional kneepads
----PatagonIa Ironclad guarantee----
We stand behind everything we make, including our wetsuits. But wetsuits require care if they are going to perform and wear the way they were intended. Patagonia is not responsible for wetsuits that are abused or show normal wear and tear over time. Scratches and fading are inevitable, as are tears from the occasional close call with a fin.
----Wetsuit Care Guideline----
- Rinse your wetsuit with fresh water after every use.
- After rinsing, fold in half at waist and hang dry.
- Do not store it wet, or in direct sunlight.
- Suit up carefully. We've selected high-stretch materials for their comfort and function. Avoid overstretching fabric and seams. Do not step on one leg to pull the other leg out.
- If possible, change in a plastic tub or on a mat
Our wetsuit warranty does not cover upgrading your older Patagonia wetsuit to a current model. We are continuously improving our designs and materials, but that doesn't make your existing wetsuit unsatisfactory. It just means that the next one you buy will be even better than the last.
based on 1 customer reviews
perfect fo a contortionist
Posted by Unknown
9th Feb 2014
I this suit, brand new, at a goodwill. Along with the boots, hood, and gloves for $85. I was stunned and couldn't figure out why someone would discard such an expensive set of gear...until I looked more closely at the suit. the only way in and out is wiggling your way in through the impossibly tiny neck hole. still, I figured Patagonia is a solid brand and they wouldn't have come up with that design without any thought put in to it. even if it wouldn't fit, it would almost be worth it for the rest of the gear that came with it. after a trial run of seating, grunting, and cussing in the dressing room, I confirmed that it can be done. (and just a warning, if you think getting it on is tough, wait till you try to take it back off, especially if you are like me and have broad shoulders).
When you think about it, it makes sense. the fewer zippers, the less places for water to get in. I've used it for working on boats in the San Francisco bay, diving in monterey, and a little surfing in between. Practice makes perfect, and over time getting it on and off gets much easier. It's held up very well and fine it's job
At Cleanline Surf we specialize in sizing Women’s Patagonia Wetsuits. If you have any doubt about what size you need we strongly urge you to call and speak with one of our wetsuit experts. Getting the right size is extremely important and in the end it will save you both time and money by avoiding the need for a return.
Full Patagonia Wetsuit Size Chart
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase you may return it for a full refund, or exchange within 30 days of receiving your order.
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