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Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm Men's Full Suit for Water Sports Large Black/Red

Hyperflex by Henderson

About Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm Men's Full Suit for Water Sports

The all new 2009 Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm full suit offers warmth, flexibility, performance and value You will be hard pressed to find another 3/2mm full suit in this price range that offers features such as 100% stretch construction, spot-taping for extra reinforcement at high stress points, YKK Metal zipper heads, glued and double blind-stitched seams and chill breaker mesh skin chest and back panels Not to worry about wear when paddling with the Duratex Knee Pads, simply put, this is the best value for a 100% stretch wetsuit on the rack

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm Men's Full Suit for Water Sports Features

  • 100% 4-Way super stretch construction
  • Glued and double blind stitched seams
  • Duratex kneepads
  • Mesh skin chest/back
  • Water resistant #10 YKK zipper with metal slider
  • Designed for warm water use
  • 3/2mm Neoprene
  • Spot Tap Reinforcements

Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm Men's Full Suit for Water Sports Specifications

Material
Neoprene
Thikness
3/2Mm
Seams
Flat Lock
Available in the Following Colors:
Balck/Slate, Black/Red, Black/Slate
Available in the Following Sizes:
2X-Large, 3X-Large, Large-Long, Large-Short, Large, Medium-Long, Medium-Short, Medium, Small, X-Large Long, X-Large Short<
Closure
Ykk Back Zipper
HYPERFLEX WETSUIT SIZES - MEN'S
  XS S M M-SHORT M-LONG L L-SHORT L-LONG XL XL-SHORT XL-LONG XXL 3XL
CHEST: 34-36 36-38 38-40 38-40 39-41 40-42 40-42 40-42 42-44 42-44 42-44 44-46 46-48
WAIST: 29-31 31-33 33-35 33-35 34-36 35-37 35-37 35-37 37-39 37-39 37-39 39-41 41-44
WEIGHT: 125-135 lbs. 135-150 lbs. 150-170 lbs. 150-170 lbs. 155-175 lbs. 170-190 lbs. 170-190 lbs. 175-195 lbs. 190-210 lbs. 190-210 lbs. 195-215 lbs. 210-230 lbs. 230-250 lbs.
HEIGHT: 5’6″ 5’8″ 5’10″ 5’8″ 5’10″ 5’11″ 5’9″ 6’1″ 6’0″ 5’10″ 6’2″ 6’1″ 6’2″

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4.0

Good Product

By Steve

from Austin, Tx

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Dries Quickly

Cons

  • Need To Size Xxl Short

Best Uses

  • Diving
  • Paddling
  • Wakeboarding

Comments about Hyperflex by Henderson Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2mm Men's Full Suit for Water Sports:

Is a quality product. It fits but I have trouble getting the zipper up. Not due to the suit but because of my body shape. Could use a XXLS, shoulders and chest are a tight squeeze.

  • Chest Size:
  • Feels too small
  • Length:
  • Feels true to length
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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Martin E  I am looking for an economical full suit to try open water swimming in Puget Sound (Seattle WA). Water temp in the low 50's. Short swims to start. Would the Hyperflex Cyclone 3/2 work? Anyone want to venture an opinion? Thanks
RICHARD L  It's definitely a good suit for the money. I've enjoyed mine down here in Melbourne. I'd say for sub 50 degree water it'd be a bit thin but if you're actively swimming that may not be an issue (I'm usually floating along in my scuba gear trying NOT to expend energy). You'll certainly get good range of motion in the shoulders for swimming. I've used this for kiteboarding and scuba diving so far and I've loved it. If any of those Puget Sound octopi have a nibble on your leg we'd love to hear about it on dkmvs. Have fun swimming and keep an eye out for Moby the dickmove whale ;)
Stephen W  Is this a good wet suit for diving in Florida?
GEORGE S  I use this suit diving in South Carolina from june to Nov when the water temperature is between 70 to 80 degrees. I use this suit for commecial spearfishing in depths of 90-130 feet. I have used this wetsuit on over 200 dives and it is now just showing wear and compression. Easy to put on and t.ake off.
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