Henderson Thermoprene 3mm Women's Jumpsuit - Black/Pink  14

Henderson Thermoprene 3mm Women's Jumpsuit - Black/Pink 14

Dive Pink & Fight Breast Cancer. Includes a $25 Donation.

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Henderson Thermoprene 3mm Women's Jumpsuit - Black/Pink 14 Features

What's in the box: 3mm Jumpsuit

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The new Thermoprene wetsuit line from Henderson Aquatics delivers quality and performance a step above the rest. A fantastic value, Thermoprene is ideal for budget-minded divers who want the best in materials, design and construction. Thermoprene is crafted from a high quality neoprene that has 75-percent more stretch than standard wetsuit material. This increased stretch significantly improves diver comfort by making Thermoprene suits noticeably more flexible than the competition. Thermoprene is also easier to get into, pulling over the shoulders and around the torso with less huff and puff than standard wetsuits. And, the fabric's exterior stands up extremely well to friction, meaning it won't show undue wear from BC straps and weight belts.

A great travel companion, this full-length 3mm jumpsuit is outfitted with a generously cut front-zip that some divers prefer for easier donning. An anatomically friendly suit design translates into a form-enhancing fit and better thermal performance. As with all Thermoprene suits, divers also get the benefits of the best in construction techniques. The abrasion resistant Thermoprene material is both glued and blind stitched, which clamps down on water seepage and provides tremendous durability. Cuffs are finished with a Lycra trim and Freedom Flex kneepads guard the knees and lower legs without sacrificing comfort.



> DIVE PINK & FIGHT BREST CANCER! For every Pink Suit sold $25 will be donated to fight breast cancer

Key Features

  • Thermoprene material
  • Lycra trim
  • Glued and sewn seams
  • Front zipper w/comfort seal
  • Adjustable collar
  • Color: Black/Pink
  • 3mm thick
  • Economical suit
  • Form-enhanced fit
  • Abrasion resistant
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