XCEL Hawaii 3/2 Infiniti Wetsuit - Women's

Worthy of at least a double-shaka.

Climbing into your suit from the back can be a P.I.T.A, so Xcel Hawaii gave this Women's warm-weather fullsuit its dialed front-entry design. And just in case the water turns chilly, the heat-retaining lining helps you stay out a little longer. Xcel styled-out this suit by using as few seams as possible and, where seams do exist, they don't impact suit flexibility.

  • X-Zip System utilizes a short, horizontal front zipper on the outer flap, an UltraStretch inner step in the yoke, and an elastic cord inside the shoulder to prevent flushing
  • Thermocarbon lining incorporates charcoal to help retain your body heat so you can stay out in the warmth-sapping water longer
  • Fusion Seals at wrists and ankles utilize UltraStretch waterproof composite to cover the blind stitch on the inside and UltraStretch UV-resistant glue to seal the outside
  • UltraStretch Fusion seams that line the upper body are stitchless on the outside to allow maximum mobility as you paddle
  • UltraStretch Pressure-bonded tape seams seal the lower body and legs
  • Pre-bent sleeves position your arms for maximum mobility
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  • Q & A

Unique wetsuit, but runs big

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I like the subtle purple/black pattern on this suit and the materials is a good weight. However, it runs quite big (especially in the back/shoulders. I ordered a 10 (I'm 5'7" and 140lbs) and needed to return this suit. In a store, a 6 or 8 sized suit fit much better!

Unanswered Question

What temperature would you suggest that...

What temperature would you suggest that this wetsuit be used for. I am in So Cal where it goes down to 58-57F at the coldest. Am trying to decide between OS or Infinity. Have many O'Neills and ready for a change.

Unanswered Question

WHAT YEAR IS THE SUIT MADE

WHAT YEAR IS THE SUIT MADE