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Cressi Lady Front-Zip Full Wetsuit for Water Activities | Bahia

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Cressi Lady Front-Zip Full Wetsuit for Water Activities | Bahia

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Product description

"The Bahia is a front-entry full suit is effortless to don and provides just the right warmth (and UV protection) for diving, snorkeling, and other water sports in warm water. Cuff seals help prevent water entry while swimming and the double lined neoprene resists compression at depth. The wetsuit features separate anatomical cuts for both men and women. It is made in double lined Neoprene thick 2.5 mm thick. The double-lined is stronger than single-lined of other competitors wetsuit. It is very easy to wear thanks to the front zip. The cut is designed to guarantee complete adherence to the body, just like a second skin. The knee and shin area is reinforced to protect the wetsuit against accidental scratches. The Aquastop wrist and ankle seals limit the water exchange. Ideal for any kind of water sport, windsurfing, kitesurfing, snorkeling, diving, surfing. The Bahia is designed Italy by Cressi and made in Cambodia. Cressi is a brand pioneer in Scuba Diving, Freediving and Snorkeling equipment. The product is covered by a 2-year limited warranty."


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One-piece full wetsuit with front-zip ideal for tropical water ✓ - - ✓
One piece shorty wetsuit with front-zip ideal for tropical water - ✓ ✓ -
YKK zipper for durability ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
2.5mm high-stretch neoprene for excellent thermal protection ✓ - ✓ ✓
1.8mm high-stretch neoprene for ultimate comfort and thermal protection - ✓ - -
High stretch neoprene offers excellent freedom of movement in the arms and legs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Ideal for all watersports ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

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