Wetsuit O'Neill Hyperfreak 1,5 L/s Top
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Men's neoprene top O'neill Hyperfreak 1.5 mm
The Hyperfreak neoprene series is constructed from the material that O'neill boys named Technobutter3. Clean design, simple colors, lightness and flexibility. Such is the new neoprene top for all water elements.
Will come in handy in the waves
- Technobutter3 material - advanced material that makes neoprene 20 % lighter and has 30 % slower water absorbtion
- Flatloc stitched - breathable and durable seams
- Strategic seamless paddle zones - ergonomically shaped armpit panel that allows unrestricted movement while avoiding skin irritation
- Sidewinder S-Curve Seams
- Thickness 1.5 mm
|A||HEIGHT OF RIDER (cm)||170-175||173-178||169-174||175-180||185-191||171-177||178-183||188-193||174-179||191-196||180-185||183-188||183-191|
|B||WIDTH NEOPRENE (cm)||93-95||95-99||99-104||99-104||99-104||104-110||104-110||104-110||110-117||110-117||110-117||117-123||123-130|
|C||BELT WIDTH (cm)||72-75||75-79||79-84||79-84||79-84||84-89||84-89||84-89||89-94||89-94||89-94||94-99||99-112|
How to choose a wetsuit?Do you need help with choosing your wetsuit? We could try to answer your questions in this article! Read carefully!
A wetsuit's function is to keep you warm in the water
A wetsuit keeps you warm by trapping a thin layer of water between your skin and the neoprene. This thin layer of water is heated up by your body and therefore keeps you warm. It’s important to get a wetsuit that has a close and comfortable fit, otherwise cold water will constantly flush the warm water out. Wetsuits are made out of a synthetic rubber called neoprene. When the sun is shining you can use the lycra! It works good like sun protections as well.
Generally fullsuits have a thickness of 3/2 mm, 4/3 mm, or 5/4 mm, & 6/5 mm. The higher number refers to the thickness of the neoprene around the torso. The lower number refers to the thickness in the legs and arms. For example, a 3/2mm full length wetsuit has a 3 mm neoprene thickness around the torso and the 2 mm thickness on the arms and legs is for flexibility.