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O’Neill Wetsuits Men’s Hyperfreak 1.5mm Long Sleeve Crew, Graphite/Indica/Lunar, X-Large

This Hyperfreak series for 2014 is constructed with super buttery 100% Technobutter, clean graphics, insane Color blocking, light and flexible Glued and Blind Stitched seams, minimal seam design, unfinished cuffs, and Krypto Knee Padz. The lightweight quality materials and attention to detail make this another team inspired favorite.

Product Features

  • 1.5mm TechnoButter Neoprene: Advanced super stretchy, 20% Lighter, 30% Less Water Absorption
  • Front Upper Zip Entry (F.U.Z.E.) Closure System is an ultra-dry 3x water drain system that keeps you dry without restricting flexibility
  • Double Super Seal Neck: Fully watertight to keep you warm and dry
  • Minimal Seam Design: Insane flexibility, fit and warmth using a unique design which utilizes less seams
  • Newly redesigned

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Anonymous says:

I got this for prone paddling in the South Bay region of Southern California during the warmer months. Previously I had worn an O’Neill Hammer full suit and a Hammer spring suit. I am 5’11” and about 175 pounds and had XL’s in both. I got this one in L. It fits snugly, of course, but it is extremely flexible, and once in the water I was able to paddle without being aware I had it on. I have worn only O’Neill wetsuits for many years. I suppose other brands are just fine, but I have stuck…

Anonymous says:

First of all, the description is wrong. This is a pullover suit with no zippers other than a small zipper on a small pocket near the waistband. I was lucky to find a Medium USED LIKE NEW from Amazon Warehouse for a great price. I’m 150 lbs and about 5-8. Medium fits very snug but that’s good. For surfing, it is a good substitute for a full wetsuit for SoCal summertime ocean water temperatures (high 60’s and above). It would probably be to warm for tropical waters. It protects your torso…

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