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About Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's

Full of Discovery, when you don't notice your dive gear, your underwater experience is full of discovery. You have greater awareness of your surroundings. You are more curious. You are more confident to explore. Discovery is what diving is all about. Because on that best dive, it's the discoveries that should be the topic of conversation, not your gear.

The Elastek series wetsuits by Bare boast the newest advancements in wetsuit technology and design. These full stretch 7mm nylon II neoprene rubber suits incorporate Bare's latest innovation in dry technology; such as, Seamtek, a taping method that protects stitching and provides a waterproof barrier; Bare's next generation stainless steel slider back zipper with an offset tooth design and polyurethane (PU) coated zipper tape; a skin-to-skin" double internal sealing zipper flap with 8mm embossed spine pad compressed to 3mm around the perimeter, provides the ultimate in zipper sealing and comfort. All designed to keep you dry and warm. To ensure you are well protected from any abrasives, Bare also integrated their latest generation of abrasion and wear resistant material called Protekt" into the shoulders, elbows and knees.

With many more advancements, and Bare's legendary anatomically correct patterning for a 3D-shape, the Bare Elastek Full Stretch Line of wetsuits offer you the latest advancements without compromise to fit and comfort. If you are a diver that appreciates the details in design and desires unbelievable stretch that provides complete freedom of movement, this is your next suit.

Comfortable contoured 5mm Glideskin seal collar with hook and loop adjustment and 360° degree neck seal minimizes water entry through neck/zipper. Extended molded neck tab with friction grip make adjustments a breeze and a low profile hook hook and loop that is less abrasive to suit fabric. Full length embroidered puller with molded grip tab and a grip tab at the base of the zipper; provide smooth trouble free zipper operation.

The Bare Elastek Suit has set in sleeve design and seamless underarms for superior comfort and mobility with embossed inner elbow and back knee flex panels. A 3mm skin-in Glideskin wrist and ankle seals add warmth and double glued with Secure-Lock construction provides strength and durability.

The Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's is commonly used for Colder Water, Diving and more. The Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual user among others. The Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's: Breathable, Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Put On And Off, Warm.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months for parts and 24 months for labor.

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Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's Features

  • Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's
  • Full of Discovery: Greater Awareness of Your-Surroundings, More-Curious, More-Confident
  • Explore Newest-Advancements in Wetsuit Technology and Design
  • Full-Stretch 7mm Nylon II Neoprene Rubber Suits
  • BARE's Latest-Innovation in Dry Technology:
    SEAMTEK Taping-Method Protects-Stitching and Provides Waterproof-Barrier
    Next-Generation Stainless Steel Slider Back-Zipper with Offset-Tooth-Design
    Polyurethane (PU) Coated Zipper Tape
    Skin-to-Skin Double-Internal Sealing Zipper Flap
    8mm Embossed Spine Pad Compressed to
  • Latest-Generation Abrasion-and-Wear Resistant Material: "PROTEKT", Shoulders, Elbows and Knees
  • BARE's Legendary Anatomically Correct Patterning for 3D-Shape
  • Complete-Freedom-of-Movement
  • Comfortable Contoured 5mm GLIDESEAL Collar with hook and loop Adjustment and 360° degree Neck Seal
  • Neck Seal: Minimizes-Water-Entry through Neck/Zipper
  • Extended Molded Neck Tab with Friction Grip make Adjustments-a-Breeze
  • Low Profile Hook hook and loop that is Less-Abrasive to Suit Fabric
  • Full Length Embroidered Puller with Molded Grip Tab
  • Grip Tab at Base of Zipper; Provide Smooth Trouble-Free Zipper Operation
  • Set-In Sleeve Design and Seamless Underarms for Superior Comfort and Mobility
  • Embossed Inner Elbow and Back Knee Flex Panels
  • Skin-In 3mm GLIDESKIN Wrist and Ankle Seals Add Warmth
  • Double Glued with SECURE-LOCK Construction Provides Strength and Durability

Bare 7mm Elastek Full Suit Women's Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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4.6

(based on 13 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Suit

This would be a perfect suit if I were not so large breasted. The cons listed are nothing to do with the suit itself, but how the suit fits on me. Because my breasts are so large (34G), the zipper does get caught and I cannot zip it on my own. I have to have my husband zip it completely for me. Once in the water, everything is perfect and I don't feel any discomfort.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Doesn't fit me.

Bare do not fit me. Quality suit. I have broad shoulder with boobs. I am a size 6-8. But a Large in my top. It was huge in the bottom and so very tight in the shoulders. Just doesn't fit my build.

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3.0

Doesn't fit me.

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from Dallas, TX, US

Bare do not fit me. Quality suit. I have broad shoulder with boobs. I am a size 6-8. But a Large in my top. It was huge in the bottom and so very tight in the shoulders. Just doesn't fit my build.

 
4.0

18, maybe after wearing it in a bit

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from NYC , NY, US

This is a really thick and sturdy suit, great zipper and extra seals at the arms legs back and neck. I'm a 16 in clothes (5'10, 195lbs) and the 18 was really tight and difficult to get on and off.

 
4.0

Worked as anticipated.

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from riverside, OH, US

I bought this for my wife to use in the quarry we go to. No need to rent anymore. After a sizing exchange, which by the way went well, it fits her great and kept her warm.

 
5.0

Excellent

By

from Sheffield Lake, OH, US

Excellent quality, good fit. Kept me warm at 50 degrees.

 
5.0

Very nice wet suit

By

from Rome, GA, US

Seems well constructed and fits very nicely

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Shopper  What temperatrues have you used this in? What is the coldest you would personally recommend?
Ximena B  I have used the suit at 12-13ºC, for me it was it was ok for about 20 minutes. I do not recommend it at lower temperatures or longer times unless you wear another layer like a 5 or 7mm hooded vest or jacket. Also an inside lycra or fleece layer cam¡n help. I always wear a hood, gloves and neoprene socks.
KIMBERLY T  I wore it in the Galapagos in October. The coldest was 52 degrees. Most of the time it was around the low 60's and I was comfortable the whole dive. We did 3 dives per day. I do get cold easily so someone with a higher tolerance might not feel as cold. I am 5'9, 145, athletic build, 34c/d. Hope this helps.
Frank G  The coldest temp at depth that I've experienced was 53 degrees and it was still comfortable. I could easily do 50 degrees but again that becomes an individual physical tolerance.
Nicholas R  This is my wife's suit. She has been comfortable in waters in the low to mid 50's. The suit seems to be well made, but we had to trim the inner cuff seals as they were too tight.
CHRISTINA W  I dove in this for a week long boat trip to Big Sur. The water temp ranged from 46 to low 50s. I dove several dives a day. I was fine. By the end of the trip, the dry suit wearers were jealous of my light and easy rig. at about 46 degrees, I start thinking -- on a repetitive dive -- maybe I should bring out my dry suit. But I have not actually used my dry suit since I bought this. Awesome suit. Amazing price. I love it.
STEVEN F  I use the men's version of this suit to cave dive in Mexico where the water temps average about 74 degrees Fahrenheit and I never even get cold. This suit would be comfortable with temps to the upper 60's I imagine
LOREEN P  The coldest temps this has been used with were 55 degrees F. Not recommended though since bare skin (face, neck hands, feet) is prone to hypo still. Anything above 72 degrees and you will need to flush (open the neck) with the water you are in since it gets warm and holds heat.
TANYA S  This is my 'Gilboa Quarry in June' suit :) I've worn it down to 57 degrees with a hood, gloves and thick boots. It's most comfy around 62 and up.
Samantha S  If there are no ankle zippers how are you supposed to put on booties? I usually put them under the suit so they.
Ximena B  Samantha, actually is kind of uncomfortable to put the booties. Here is what I do. As the suit has an inner cuff, I keep the inner cuff in contact with the skin, then I put the bootie, and over the bootie I put the outer ankle cuff, so everything forms a "three layer" union.
READY D  I would buy a wetsuit that has ankle zippers. No sarcasm intended.
sean c  My wife and I both have this suit. We put the boot over the inner ankle cuff and then pull the outer part over the boot. Same with the cuffs on the arms with gloves. Makes a very good deal
David P  I've never been a fan of wet suits with ankle zippers. To me, it just allows water to get in. The way that I usually do it: put my booties on first, put a strong plastic bag over my booties and it will slide right through! Trust me, the zipper approach isn't all that great. I prefer an amazing seal rather than that added convenience.
ANDREA R  This suit has two layers around the ankles and wrists. When I had this suit, I put the bottom layer (the silver Glideskin) inside my boots and the top layer over the outside of my boots. This keeps water from entering and leaving the suit. It's very warm if you wear it this way. I had no issues stretching the wetsuit over my boots.
THAIS W  Samantha Oi! I leave over the booties over. Right now I only have a 2-3 ml booties. I haven't found a thicker bootie that I like. I bought the suit for Catalina and my bootie worked for me. Thais
LOREEN P  No zippers. Suit sits at above ankle bone so you'd put your booties on after.
Natalie L  How durable are the knees on this suit?
TANYA S  Pretty durable. I'm a Dive Master and work with students frequently in the quarry for training dives which means I'm kneeling in it quite a bit more than what would be normal. I bought mine in 2012, the knees still look new. Hope this helps!
GAYLE A  Hi Natalie, I have had no wear show up on the knees but I don't crawl around on the rocks either. I mostly dive warmer water so this is not my most frequently used suite. I like the suite though. Hope this helps. Gayle
TODD S  My wife has the suit and it is a pretty solid build. The knees seem to be well protected, i guess it depends on the punishment you are going to give it. They are reinforced, but not bullet proof
READY D  I am sorry I ended up wearing a different wetsuit for my stream surveys, so I can't answer your question.
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