Quiksilver Syncro Series Wetsuits Reviewed

The Syncro is one of the longest-running models here in the shop and consistently year after year, our top-selling entry-level wetsuit. The Syncro is available in a lot of different thicknesses, styles, and sizes, so we’ve decided to take an up-close look at the entire Syncro series to see what makes them so popular.

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O’Neill Psycho One Series Wetsuit Review

O’Neill Psycho One Review

The Psycho One is one of O’Neill’s most flexible models and one of our favorite performance suits. Available as a 4/3mm and a 3/2mm and in both chest zip and back zip versions, the Psycho One is the best value in the Psycho range of suits. This is one of our top picks and the back zip version, in particular, is one of the best back zip entries out there. We’ve broken down the entire series of Psycho One wetsuits with an in-depth review. 

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O’Neill Mutant Legend 4.5/3.5mm Wetsuit Review

O'Neill Mutant Legend 4.5/3.5mm Wetsuit Review

One of the most unique wetsuits ever made, the O’Neill Mutant has been a staple in our shop for over a decade. Now, O’Neill has re-released it with a new neoprene, a new thickness, and a new name; the Mutant Legend. Easily the most versatile suit we carry, the Mutant has a lot of cool features to it, and a few that aren’t immediately obvious. We’ve taken a closer look at the O’Neill Mutant Legend with a full review to see what makes this wetsuit so special. 

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O’Neill Heat Back Zip Wetsuit Review

O'Neill Heat Back Zip Wetsuit Review

The Heat is one of O’Neill’s longest-running wetsuits and has built a cult following over the years. Known for it’s simple, rugged design, the Heat is now updated for 2020 to be lighter and more flexible than ever before. With big changes this year to the materials, we’ve decided to take a closer look at the new and improved O’Neill Heat wetsuit with a full review.

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Billabong Furnace Absolute X 5/4mm Hooded Wetsuit Review

The Furnace Absolute X has been one of the most popular entry-level wetsuits at the shop for years. Packing in some quality features at an affordable price, the Furnace Absolute X is well worth checking out for any surfer on a budget or just looking to get the most value for their cash. The new 2020 version of this model has some notable changes to it. The spec sheet and product photos alone don’t really do it justice, so we’ve gone ahead and created this in-depth review.
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