Top 6 Hooded Wetsuits for Fall 2014

Best Hooded Wetsuits for 2014As you might expect, hoods are the norm out here on the Oregon Coast. With water temperatures rarely making their way over the low 50’s, a hooded suit is a must. We spend a lot of time sweating it out in dressing rooms so that we can find the best fitting, most comfortable hooded wetsuit for our needs. While hooded suits had been somewhat bulky in the past, wetsuit technology has really come a long way in the last few years. Manufactures have found ways to make a hooded suit lighter, warmer, more flexible, and faster drying.

The new Fall 2014 collection has made its’ way into our hands and we’re ready to talk about it. Again this year, we are not going to into little details like logos and colors. We are getting down to the major reasons why these suits are the best cold water, hooded wetsuits ever made.  So in no particular order, here are The 6 Best Hooded Chest Zip Wetsuits for frigid temperatures as the year turns from 2014 to 2015.

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New Website! Back to the Blog-

We missed you!  It’s been a while.  Well we’ve been super busy this Summer with the shop at full tilt and the launch of our new website, but now it’s time to get back to the Blog.  We know that you’ve explored the new CleanlineSurf.com, because you are here right now, but now we want to give you a full run-down of what makes this site the easiest, most user-friendly surf site in the biz.  As always, feedback is encouraged.  We want to make this the most comfortable surf shop experience possible, so you can stay focused on what’s really important: the gear.  Here’s the goods-

Live Inventory 

What you see, is what we have.  If it says that it is in stock, we should have it.  All the way down to the last one, our website will let you know exactly what is in our inventory.  As some of our more unique items might take a bit longer to get back in stock, if the site says that there is “Only 1 Left,” you might want to act quick.

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The 7 Best Women’s Cold Water Wetsuits for 2014

Looking for a solid women’s wetsuit that will keep you warm on the coldest winter days? We’ve rounded up the 7 Best Women’s Wetsuits for 2014, giving you the run down on the ins and outs of these cold water suits. Over the years women’s wetsuits have come a long way, and now nearly every brand out there offers a wide variety of hooded, and non-hooded options. If you are looking for a new wetsuit to take your mind off the cold and elevate your surfing to the next level this short list will no doubt point you in the right direction.

Roxy Cypher 5/4/3 Hooded Chest Zip Wetsuit

Roxy Womens Cypher 5/4/3 Wetsuit

Women’s Cypher Wetsuit

Style, Flexibility, and Warmth

The Roxy Cypher 5/4/3 Wetsuit features a chest zip entry to reduce water entering the suit as well as an external Hydrolock Seam Seal which fully seals and strengthens the seams. Too add to the warmth factor the Cypher is lined with a Bio Fleece Thermal layer that adds extra insulation. Top this off with the Fiberlite Neoprene and you’ve got a really great women’s wetsuit. For the fashion sensible this is also one of the most aesthetically pleasing suits we carry. You can tell Roxy went the extra mile with the design on this one. Coming in a tad bit under the $350 range, this suit has both value and style.

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NW Women’s Surf Camp’s Kauai Bali Hai Surfing & Cultural Immersion Week Retreat

Abundance, exploration, surfing and Hawaiiana awaits you!

Kauai Exotic Beach

A light in the tunnel of grey winter weather and large storm swell is a brilliant and luminous retreat on the Garden Isle of Kauai, April 22 to 28, 2014, during NW Women’s Surf Camp’s Kauai Bali Hai Surfing & Cultural Immersion Week Retreat for women. Give yourself an extraordinary tropical island experience filled with all the pleasures a week in paradise can provide. The Polynesian design and lovely amenities of The Hanalei Bay House provides guests a perfect accommodation, with a 3 minute walk to the Hanalei Bay or the village. You won’t need a car here, slip into your flip flops or go barefoot and enjoy your feet upon the earth! Van transportation is provided to and from the airport and during the island tour midweek. Continue reading