Henderson’s Thermoprene Womens three-mil front-zip jumpsuit is all about style, comfort and convenience. Thermoprene is a high quality abrasion-resistant neoprene that offers 180 percent stretch, providing maximum range of motion and allowing the suit to form well to body curves. The suit has been consistently rated among the most comfortable in ScubaLab wetsuit tests. Its front zipper with comfort seal makes climbing in and zipping up a breeze. For those who prefer a more traditional style, the suit is available with a back-zip too. Thermoprene suits are glued and blind-stitched, a construction method that ScubaLab tests have shown can’t be beat for eliminating water intrusion. Cuffs are finished with a Lycra trim and the neck has a nylon-backed collar with an adjustable tab. Freedom Flex kneepads guard the lower legs without sacrificing comfort. The suit is available in black and pink in women’s sizes 4 to 14. It’s also available in black and blue in mens sizes XS-3XL. The bottom line: Thermoprene suits offer an excellent balance of performance and price, delivering superior flexibility and durability that’s easy on the wallet. Click here for more information. Find this product at your local Henderson dealer.
60 Second ScubaLab: Henderson Thermoprene 3mm Women's Front Zip Jumpsuit
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